Offer constructive help instead of destructive criticism. Leave an anonymous note of encouragement for someone in need of a boost. Just be decent and human.
Articles by Jon Hyman
An employer’s obligation in responding to a harassment complaint is to investigate and take “prompt remedial action” to reasonably ensure that the harassment stops.
Don’t be so short-sighted as to fire an employee because you believe she suffers from a disability, and then confirm that belief in writing.
The difficult intersection between the lawful use of impairing drugs and the ADA continues to be sorted out.
An incident at a Buffalo Wild Wings shows that the customer may be right about a lot things, but discrimination is not one of them.
Given the circumstances in Williams v. Graphic Packaging, treat the employee the same as you would have treated him or her if the disability didn’t exist.
Do you want to be an employer that is open and honest with your employees that operates on trust or one that slinks around behind your employees’ backs?
Inclusion trumps exclusion. Love trumps hate. Equal treatment trumps discrimination.
There are plenty of holiday-appropriate team-building exercises (pumpkin carving, anyone?) that avoids a lot of the costume-wearing risk.
If you refuse to allow a sick employee use the bathroom and force her to continue working after she poops her pants, you might be the worst employer of 2019.