Is it Okay to Give Women More Parental Leave?
Posted on October 19, 2017READ MORE
Employee Wellness Program—Potential Risks Under ADA?
Posted on April 12, 2017READ MORE
Twelve Million Dollars to be Paid out by Restaurant Chain for Age Discrimination
Posted on April 5, 2017READ MORE
Has Filing an EEOC Charge Just Gotten Easier?
Posted on March 15, 2017
Posted in Discrimination Lawthe situation In recent years, the EEOC has begun the implementation of a digital charge system—the idea being that allowing employers and employees to utilize a digital system would both make it easier on them and also on the agency itself. The first phase was implemented in 2015 and allowed employers against whom a charge […] READ MORE
Firing Six Weeks After Charge Enough to Show Retaliation?
Posted on March 8, 2017READ MORE
Can Hugging Be Hostile?
Posted on March 1, 2017
Posted in Title VIIthe situation One of your top level managers is known to frequently hug female employees, both in the workplace and outside of work. A female employee who has worked for your company for a number of years ends up filing a charge with the EEOC, asserting a hostile work environment in violation of Title VII, […] READ MORE
Can Firing an Employee for a False Sexual Harassment Claim Be Considered Retaliation?
Posted on February 15, 2017READ MORE
Depression and the ADA According to the EEOC
Posted on December 22, 2016READ MORE
Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars and Agreement to Provide Future Training To Settle One of EEOC’s First Sexual Orientation Discrimination Lawsuits
Posted on July 20, 2016READ MORE
Employee Wellness Programs—New EEOC Input
Posted on June 22, 2016
Posted in Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)the situation Because you want to encourage your workforce to be healthy, you decide to implement an employee wellness program. What are some of the steps should you take to make sure your wellness program does not violate the ADA? READ MORE