Simple solutions exist, including recruitment and hiring strategies that avoid age bias by seeking workers of all ages and not limiting qualifications based on age or experience.
Gender, race and personal attributes should never be used in determining pay. Skills, contributions and success, like landing a damaged aircraft, are excellent ways to determine compensation variables.
If your employee handbook does not feature discrimination policies, it’s time to add a new chapter.
Boyd v. Cooper University Hospital is an opportunity to learn how an employer should react regarding dress codes when a employee dons religious garb in the workplace.
The number of parental discrimination claims filed in federal courts rose an astounding 269 percent between 2006 and 2015.
After a fourth World Cup win for the U.S. women’s soccer team, there exists a great argument for the pay scale to be flipped, with the women earning substantially more than their male counterparts.
Research indicates that 29 percent of Indian women work compared to 82 percent of Indian men.
Employers should notify their employees of their FMLA rights whenever an employee takes paid leave for an FMLA-qualifying purpose.
Employers should be aware that a hostile work environment can be created by unreasonable behavior on the part of a company’s customers.
Have your employment counsel review a jury waiver before you implement it in your own employment agreements.