In tough economic times, harassment training tends to be
viewed as a luxury that can be gone without until things get better.
I understand this thinking, but harassment training on a
regular basis is never a "luxury." It's a "cost...
Employers, has this ever happened to you?
An employee in a critical-but-inflexible position -- say,
a customer service representative -- asks for "intermittent" leave
under the Family and Medical Leave Act. If the intermittent time off...
Don't eat that pretty red apple, Snow White!!! It has poison in it!!!!
You know the old saying, "If it seems too good to be true, it probably is"? Well, it appears that this may be the case with the new "sweet deal" the Internal...
I wonder if there is a recognized legal specialty in the
area of unwed-pregnant-moms-and-religious-schools-discrimination law. If so, I
think I will qualify very soon. Happy belated Mother's Day?
long ago , I wrote about the Archdiocese...
I conducted harassment training this week for a client, and, interestingly, the attendees of all ages seemed to be more curious about age-based harassment than any of the other categories we discussed.
Meanwhile, there has been a debate on the internet...
If you're an employment lawyer or Human Resources professional who handles sexual harassment cases, or a federal judge who decides them (bless your heart!), you know there are a lot of "tares" mixed in with the "wheat."
A federal judge in Pennsylvania held
this week that U.S. Steel had the right under the Americans with
Disabilities Act to conduct random alcohol tests on probationary
employees at a coke
plant , granting summary judgment to the company in...