Over the past 10 years, there have been several significant changes related to how federal courts handle alleged religious discrimination. Catching up to those changes, this week the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued draft guidance covering important issues such as the balance of religious expression and LGBT anti-bias protections.
Archives for November 2020
It’s about dignity, fairness, and restoration — not blame.
When the confirmed cases of COVID-19 begin to fall with the advent of vaccines – the Trump Administration’s Operation Warp Speed Chief Advisor Dr Moncef Slaoui told CNN on Sunday that the first doses would be delivered to Americans on 11 December – the issue of returning to work will become a hot topic. Microsoft is thinking ahead.
Instead of offering one or more options, some companies are turning health insurance shopping over to employees.
As the number of Covid-19 cases continues to spike throughout the US, managing the effect of the virus in the workplace continues to be a challenge for employers, especially those with workers in multiple states as each state has their own guidelines.
A tough economy, the pandemic and the #MeToo movement have combined to make younger workers wary of love on the job
A psychologist charged her usual fee of one hundred dollars for a session.
It is not too early for employers to consider how to approach vaccinations and develop a policy to add to the company’s existing COVID-19 procedures.
Ben Penn: Speculation about President-elect Joe Biden‘s pending announcement of Cabinet and sub-Cabinet picks is overshadowing the reality that the Trump administration has a chance to make a handful of important career moves at the U.S. Labor Department.
The University of Michigan reached a $9.25 million settlement Wednesday with eight women who reported they were emotionally and sexually abused by the school’s former provost, according to the school and an attorney for the women.
Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay $135,000 to 26 women who were not selected for machine operating roles at its factory in Virginia
This special episode is sponsored by the Society for Human Resource Management, also known as SHRM. We are also excited to announce that this is our very first SHRM credit approved podcast episode. Stay tuned for information on how to get your credits later in the program.
This has been a terrible year. Unfortunately, as a business, we’re just scraping by — and that’s despite the Paycheck Protection Program loan from the Small Business Administration. There’s no money for a lavish holiday party, year-end bonuses or even anything more than a $5 gift. What can we
Sometimes change requires a bit of push and no one would deny ‘wokeness’ often shoves.
An investment in child care could keep women employed and buoy the entire economy.