Polish prosecutors have sued Ikea of Sweden AB after its local unit fired a man over his actions during a gay-pride corporate event, saying the furniture retailer infringed on the employee’s religious rights.
Older men and women can sue their employers for discrimination based on a combination of their sex and age, the Tenth Circuit said in a recent decision showing the broad reach of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark ruling on LGBT worker rights.
The corporate world is facing an unprecedented crisis on race.
Employees need them now more than ever to stave off burnout.
A federal civil rights agency is commissioning the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to study race and gender pay data the agency collected last year as a result of a court order, as well as how to best collect that workforce data in the future.
The board of Macy’s Inc. handed $9 million in equity awards to six top executives just two weeks after the department store chain said it would cut thousands of jobs in its corporate office.
Burning out is much worse than taking a few days off.
David Rodriguez fled political violence in Venezuela at the age of 14, eventually becoming a “dreamer” allowed to stay and work in the U.S. He’s now at the center of a legal dispute with Procter & Gamble Co. that could test the boundaries of immigration-status discrimination in hiring.
A federal court today granted final approval of Dartmouth College’s $14 million class action settlement with a group of female students who alleged sexual assault and rampant harassment by three professors.
Study finds that pregnant women who are stressed by workplace discrimination are more likely to have premature, low-birthweight offspring.
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, remote work is now ubiquitous among BigLaw, but how has it effected the development of lawyers and firms’ diversity and inclusion efforts?
Emphasize how staying home will benefit the business—not you.
Under federal and state law, employers are under a duty to provide healthful workplaces.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Chair Janet Dhillon announced a pilot program to change aspects of the agency’s mediation program, including expanding the types of worker bias allegations that are eligible for the process.
The abrupt departure of Adidas AG’s head of human resources this week marks the second high-profile loss of a female board member among Germany’s most important companies, diminishing diversity and putting Europe’s largest economy increasingly out of step with a global push for inclusion.