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.
Until people fully understand that social media is erasing the line between the personal and the professional, these issues will continue to arise.
If USC has an issue, it will come from the timing of Sarkisian’s termination relative to his entrance into a treatment program.
Employers must be careful in crafting their arbitration agreements in order to get the full benefit of the bargain.
We have come a long way since ignorance labeled AIDS 'gay cancer.' Still, HIV and AIDS carry a certain stigma, which employers must avoid.
Comply with the EEOC regulations, because unless you’re Bugs Bunny, the hawk always wins.
Get out the broom: Potential discrimination can’t be swept under the rug without fear of retaliation anymore.
The ABA Journal inducted me into its Blawg 100 Hall of Fame, the fourth year the magazine has bestowed such an honor.
How many employees understand the need to share Form 1095 with other family members, especially adult children?