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.
Tag: Title VII
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.
It’s poised to be the biggest employment law case of the past three decades.
Employees have an absolute right under Title VII to work in an environment free from racial slurs and all types of racially offensive conduct.
Easy. Unpaid breaks in a private space for lactating employees. So why are so many employers appearing to get this so wrong?
It’s a lesson that shipping giant UPS paid $2.25 million to learn.
‘Ban the box’ merely accomplishes moving the criminal background check from the application stage to the formal background check stage. Employers pre-disposed not to hire felons are not going to hire felons.
I pray that the Court does not take the DOJ’s bait and rewind women’s rights by five or six decades.
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.