We have four finalists that have qualified for the title of the Worst Employer of 2018.
Articles by Jon Hyman
The time to get your business’s cyber-house in order is now. Actually it was years ago, but now is good, too.
Guns do not belong around the American workplace, period.
Pre-employment medical exams are permitted as long as the employer does so for all entering employees in the same job category.
According to one survey, 3 percent of Americans admit to watching porn at work. I can see you doing the math right now.
English-only requirements have been struck down as discriminatory where the policy included lunch hours, breaks and even private telephone conversations.
Compelling someone to resign in lieu of terminating them is no different than a termination.
It is (more or less) established that Title VII’s definition of ‘sex’ includes ‘sexual orientation’.
The EEOC discussed the need for employers to take a holistic approach to change workplace culture to prevent sexual harassment but missed ‘no strip clubs for employees’ as a talking point.
Embrace the Time to Vote movement, and implement policies to encourage your employees to vote on Election Day.