Atlantic Capes Fisheries agreed to pay $675,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment and retaliation.
When employers fail, legislatures step in to fix. Recently Sen. Marco Rubio introduced an act that addresses employers’ misuse of non-compete agreements.
As the polar vortex in the Midwest continues, employers should consider these five key considerations for workplace severe-weather policies.
Employees on medical or pregnancy leave aren’t bulletproof, but still handle with care if you think you have a good reason for firing them.
Legal Blogger Jon Hyman writes about a vitally important NLRB decision for any employers concerned about using the services of independent contractors.
Make sure frontline workers are cared for or anticipate big problems during an acquisition.
If you permit a rapist to keep supervising your employees after an employee complains to you and the police, you might be the worst employer of 2019.
A federal court jury in Miami has awarded a hotel dishwasher $21.5 million after concluding that her employer failed to honor her religious beliefs.
2019 is officially the year that my Worst Employer contest went international.
What happens with a heterosexual employee claiming discrimination because of her anti-LGBTQ views?