It is a complete oddity that, in the 2016, it is still statutorily legal for an employer to fire an employee because of that employee’s sexual orientation.
The company’s sin? It docked its employees for time spent going to the bathroom.
As you set your business resolutions for 2016, getting your workplace-safety house in order should be at or near the top of your to-do list.
A lawsuit filed by the EEOC against McDonald’s Corp. for its alleged refusal to interview a deaf job applicant is a perfect ADA-storm.
Retailers or other employers using the practice of on-call shifts should carefully review each state’s laws where they do business.
A new NLRB rule shortens the time between a union petition and an election, but employers can gain advantages.
What did your employment attorney give you? How about Facebook firings, collective actions, FMLA notices and trade secrets to name a few.
Join the rebels. Don’t be an HR conformist. Introduce new ideas to your organization.
A history of accommodations with an employee will serve as your best defense to deflect a subsequent discrimination claim by that employee.
Allen v. City of Chicago still is not a clear win for employers across the board.