If you learn that one of your employees is having or has had an abortion, do yourself a favor and just let her be.
Articles by Jon Hyman
Ultimately, what can an employer do about loyalty (other than execute the disloyal employee, which will sadly be a “Game of Thrones” fate for one unlucky cast member.
Bravo to Tennessee for taking a stand against abusive bosses and other bullies. But how sad that we need a law to tell employees to treat each other like people.
If your employees operate under a misconceived and misunderstood notion of “free speech,” then it’s your responsibility as their employer to educate them.
We can learn from this terrible story by reviewing our own background checking and hiring processes.
Do we not know that in 2019 we can’t advertise jobs for “Caucasians”? This is HR 101.
The question then becomes, is Lamps Plus v. Varela a good result for employers?
Reasonable accommodations are individualized and must be considered on an individual-by-individual basis.
I cannot overstate enough the importance of these LGBTQ discrimination cases to the future of American civil rights.
The law protects an employee from discrimination and retaliation but it does not protect the employee’s right to express bigoted views.