If you employ a supervisor who not only sexually assaults one of your employees but then taunts her about it after the fact, you might be the worst employer of 2019.
The U.S. lags behind other countries when it comes to paid parental leave for workers.
If an employee complains about harassment, your reaction shouldn’t be, ‘I understand, but it’s not that bad, or at least not bad enough for you to sue us.’
An otherwise ADA-protected employee must still meet his or her employer’s performance standards with or without reasonable accommodation.
With the possibility of legalized cannabis under federal law in the coming years, workplace policy changes are also in question.
Today’s schoolyard bullies will become tomorrow’s workplace bullies. Educate children about harassment issues.
Do not in any way, shape, or form permit employees to suggest that another slept her way to the top, or discipline the victim when she complains.
Here is a case that provides a textbook ADA roadmap for employers to follow when handling an employee on an extended medical leave.
Legislation may be easing restrictions on both recreational and medical marijuana use, but it’s complicating workplace policies for many employers.
Courts are dismissing cases where the employer attempts to sue a former employee for wrongful acts committed outside of the employer’s home state.