Title VII protects employees, not non-employees, even if the non-employee is closely related to an employee.
The agency is trying to level the playing field by making sure that employers consider leaves in all cases when appropriate.
Employers, why do we care? If an employee genuinely believes she is female, why do we care if she uses the women’s restroom?
A former Workforce editor returns to set a few things straight about the 2016 Tony nominee’s casting practices.
Eventually, all governments will make LGBT discrimination a thing of the past. Until then, do right by your employees.
We will have to wait for a Republican White House before we seeing meaningful change on the issues that are important to employers.
Racial discrimination in hiring is illegal, even if the hiring is to cast an actor in a race-specific role, period.
The NLRB continues to flex its protected-concerted-activity muscles in a continuing effort to stay relevant, and employers continue to struggle to keep pace.
In some cases, employees can be fired for expressing their political views.
Nowadays, I am much more surprised when video does not exist than when it does.