One person’s hug is another’s creepy gesture, or worse, inappropriate advance. Where is the workplace line?
While this question may seem silly, there is a potential pitfall for employers.
Rather than reinvent the wheel on the employment-law legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia, I’ll share the thoughts of bloggers who shared theirs.
What should you do when an employee complains of harassment? I’ve shared these five steps before, but they are worth repeating.
There are plenty of lessons to take away from these tales of broken hearts, improper gropes, and untoward passes.
The employment relationship is one of trust. When that trust breaks down, the relationship is irreparably damaged.
Mark my words, the NLRB will conclude that Uber drivers have the right to organize as employees.
The legal answer to this question depends on whether this policy applies to any employee who is on a leave of absence, or only employees on FMLA leave.
The Bill Murray film has become synonymous with repeating the same mistakes over and over.
The EEOC is focusing on pay inequality as one of its top enforcement priorities, which means you should be focusing on it in your workplace as well.