We hear a lot about the importance of diversity of thought. But in many workplaces, it is more bromide than reality.
Minnesota employers are on edge about potential liabilities stemming from their drug testing policies in the wake of the state’s recent legalization of consumable products containing the active ingredient in marijuana.
Employers may lean toward taking a hands-off approach when customers or other third parties exhibit discriminatory behavior in a workplace, but the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission takes a dim view of laissez-faire attitudes and will sue.
Executives worry about productivity loss and managers balking
April includes Ramadan, Passover, and Easter, to name a few religious holidays, and it is a perfect time for employers to turn their attention to religious accommodations, explains Ogletree Deakins attorney Sean Oliveira.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission processed a record-low number of discrimination charges and collected $50 million less for victims of workplace discrimination in fiscal year 2021 than in the year prior, according to information released by the agency Monday.
The White former training development director at a Pennsylvania Chick-Fil-A failed with a lawsuit alleging he was fired for a comment that likened a Black co-worker to a “protester” because of his race, a Philadelphia federal court ruled.
A union representing employees of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed an unfair labor practice charge against the agency over its failure to negotiate the terms of its return-to-office policy.
Most toxic work environments are unacceptable long before they rise to the level of illegality