Research indicates that 29 percent of Indian women work compared to 82 percent of Indian men.
The proposal looks to significantly expand certain exceptions by elevating “unvaccinated” to the equivalent of a class protected from discrimination.
Courts are loath to second-guess employers’ business judgment but will not hesitate if it appears an employer slacked in its investigation.
If you are trying to keep the investigation from the plaintiff-employee, it only begs the question of what skeletons you are trying to hide.
Have your employment counsel review a jury waiver before you implement it in your own employment agreements.
The comments on a recent post regarding hiring sex offenders seem to be grounded in a fundamental misunderstanding of the role of an attorney to his or her client.
The court made a clear distinction between general, gender-nonspecific swear words as compared to gender-specific epithets.
If you learn that one of your employees is having or has had an abortion, do yourself a favor and just let her be.
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.
Do we not know that in 2019 we can’t advertise jobs for “Caucasians”? This is HR 101.