While it seems inconceivable that organizations still employ people who engage in sexual harassment, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission settled lawsuits that expose the grim reality that many businesses haven’t gotten the memo that sexual harassment must be prevented and not tolerated in the workplace.
Richmond Times Dispatch
This year has taught us a lot about the workplace:
As a Supreme Court justice, Amy Coney Barrett will be called upon to decide cases in a variety of criminal and civil cases, including those impacting the workplace.
This pandemic has challenged mangers to readjust, be resilient and find new ways to create a meaningful experience for employees.
Sexual, racial or other misconduct, if done virtually, is still harassment.
As Election Day approaches, Virginia employers will need to communicate any company policies surrounding time off to vote, and other expectations.
Walmart has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a companywide hiring lawsuit filed against the retail giant by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging sex discrimination.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued technical assistance earlier this month regarding the use of codeine, oxycodone and other opioids by employees and how they could stay employed.
Employers in Virginia are now required to provide reasonable accommodation for known limitations related to pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions including lactation.
Virginia employers take note: new mandatory workplace safety rules have been adopted and you should take action now to comply….
Virginia employers are trying to keep up with the influx of changes and updates to the Virginia employment law landscape, including changes to the state’s marijuana laws.