It appears that Ohio’s proposed off-duty conduct law is a whole lot worse for employers than Colorado’s similar (but very different) statute.
If you do not train your supervisors, managers, and others in how to response to workplace harassment, you will have a difficult time avoiding liability when things go wrong.
Employers need to get their workplace-safety houses in order now, before OSHA arrives.
Unlike diamonds, email messages aren’t forever, but they are pretty darn close.
Federal judges, many of whom served in the military, do not look kindly when employers trample that sacrifice through acts of discrimination
If you do nothing other than apply a blanket policy, you will have a hard time showing a court that you engaged in the required individualized assessment.
Extreme flatulence is one thing, but when you factor in 'uncontrollable diarrhea,' what else was this employer supposed to do?
An ostracism from a social network likely should not support a claim for retaliation.
Employees who request accommodations should always be treated with care; otherwise you risk stepping on a retaliation land mine.