Is Your Reason for Termination Honest,
Logical, and Complete? If Not, You May Get a Scary Result in Your
If you fire an employee for an indefensible reason,
chances are you will get a charge or a lawsuit out of it, even if the...
Mother's Day is long past, but you'd never know it -- in
employment law, this has been the Week of the Moms. Here's a roundup - tell us
what you think!
First up: Title VII's
ban on pregnancy discrimination includes discrimination...
How much do you really know about the Genetic
Information Nondiscrimination Act? Here's a quick quiz:
Which of the following is an unlawful request for
company requires a post-offer, pre-employment...
Earlier, I busted on "my own side" by giving four
reasons why employers shouldn't be so quick to fire their employees . To be
fair, this week I'll talk about the other side -- four reasons why employees
shouldn't be too quick...
Last week's post about whether
certain employees in the news deserved to be fired , in addition to
generating some great comments from readers, got me thinking about firings in
I don't like to fire people.
And I know what you're...
Is your company an EEOC target?
before about the Strategic
Enforcement Plan of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission,
which was officially adopted last December, and the Commission's
priorities. Last week, EEOC Commissioner...
In my last post, in response to the bombings at the
Boston Marathon, I
talked about some ways that employers can prevent violence in the workplace
and even avoid hiring the type of employee who might become violent. (Realizing,
of course, that there...