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Crazy Statistics: Protect Your Company From The 234 Million Dollar Beast with Discrimination and Harassment Training

Do you want to hear some CRAZY numbers? Of course you do, because just like me, you read about harassment and discrimination settlements for fun. (We are weird people, and probably need to take up a different hobby, but I...more

Federal Judge Rules Prime Trucking’s Same-Sex Training Policy Violates Federal Law

New Prime's Driver Training Program Discriminates Against Women, EEOC Charged and Court Agrees - ST. LOUIS - A federal judge ruled August 14 that New Prime, Inc., one the nation's largest trucking companies, violated...more

10 Tips for Preventing Third-Party Harassment and Discrimination

Workplace harassment is a serious issue, whether it involves unwanted sexual advances or derogatory remarks about a person's race or skin color. Employment laws hold employers responsible for ensuring that the workplace is...more

3 Reasons Why Tech Startups Struggle with Discrimination and Harassment Training (And 5 Effortless Ways to Protect Your Startup)

I get it – snooze-worthy, old-fashioned harassment and discrimination training isn’t in line with the vibe you’re trying to create at your hip tech startup. You want to be laid back, cut out all the corporate bull$&^*, build...more

The Terrifying Reason Why Today’s Harassment and Discrimination Training Isn’t Enough

Nobody wants to think of their workplace as unsafe. As an employer, you have a vested interest in keeping your employees (not to mention yourself) as well as your company safe. Harassment and discrimination training is...more

50 for 50: Five Decades of the Most Important Discrimination Law Developments - Number 10: Harassment Training Becomes The Norm

In 2005, when first responders arrived in New Orleans to help victims of Hurricane Katrina, they did not hit the ground running. Some of that was attributed to mismanagement and other bureaucratic delays, but one fact was...more

EEOC Opens Registration for EXCEL Conference for Public & Private Sectors

Federal Agency's 17th Annual Premier Training Event to Take Place Aug. 12-14 in San Diego - WASHINGTON - The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today announced that registration has officially opened...more

Potential Liabilities In Managing A Multigenerational Workforce

A recent CNN segment highlighted the use of video games as part of the job interview process, and other news articles have explained that some employers rely on these games to assess, beyond the traditional job interview, an...more

Infographic: New EEOC Stats Show Critical Need for Improved Workplace Harassment Training

I personally find harassment and discrimination to be a very frustrating issue. We all know we shouldn’t do it. It’s intuitive. We learn from a very early age to treat people with kindness and to not discriminate, and yet,...more

Why Train Our People on How to Avoid Sexual Harassment and Other Discrimination Claims?

We hear this often from business owners, managers, elected officials and administrators. Well, the answer is clear. Case after case holds that anti-discrimination training may be critical to the defense of a discrimination...more

End of Year Checklist

As 2013 comes to an end, it's time for Australian employers start actioning their end of year employment checklist. 1. Annual Shutdowns - Many Modern Awards require employers to provide a minimum of four weeks'...more

Fall Employment And Labour Law Update Seminar

In This Presentation: - AODA update: What employers should know about the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005: ..Goal of AODA ..General accessibility standards ..Multi-year...more

Employment Law Advisory for September 25, 2013: Anti-Harassment Training Due in 2013 for Many Employers

California law not only prohibits discrimination and harassment, it also requires certain employers (those that receive services from 50 or more persons, including both employees or independent contractors) to provide formal...more

The Basics Of Complying With The “Dear Colleague” Letter Issued By The U.S. Department Of Education On April 4, 2011

This is part one of a four-part series discussing compliance with the “Dear Colleague" Letter on Sexual Violence issued by U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) on April 4, 2011, as well as subsequently...more

Six Lessons that Redefine Focused Compliance Training: Lesson One

Lesson 1: Focus on the Biggest Risks Planning for 2014 is likely pressing on your mind, or it will be in a short time. You will be faced with answering a key perennial question--how should your organization allocate...more

Oregon Passes Workplace Protection Law for Unpaid Interns

Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber on June 13, 2013 signed into law a bill extending employment discrimination protection to interns. The new law grants unpaid interns legal recourse under Oregon's employment discrimination laws...more

Leaning In or Falling Down? Implicit Sex Discrimination and the Good Employer

So, I just finished Sheryl Sandberg’s book: Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will To Lead. I loved it. As a fellow “career-loving parent”, I felt Sandberg hit the nail on the head in exposing what many women experience 5-10...more

11th Circuit Grounds U.S. Air Force Reservist’s USERRA Claim

On April 5, 2013 the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit issued its opinion in Landolfi v. Melbourne1, holding that although an employee’s military service motivated the employer’s promotion decisions, his Uniformed...more

New York City on the Verge of Prohibiting Discrimination Based on an Individual's Unemployment Status

New York City employers beware: The New York City Council has once again acted to expand the nation’s broadest anti-discrimination law – this time to prohibit discrimination against New York City’s unemployed. While several...more

OFCCP Issues Guidance on Use of Criminal Records in Employment Decisions

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) recently posted a Directive on “Complying with Nondiscrimination Provisions: Criminal Record Restrictions and Discrimination Based on Race...more

OFCCP Directive Adopts EEOC Guidance and Outlines New Procedures and Existing Legal Obligations Regarding Criminal Background...

On January 29, 2013, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs ("OFCCP") adopted the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's ("EEOC") April 25, 2012 Guidance regarding the use of criminal records in employment...more

Utah Employment Law Letter - January 2013: Human Resources: This year I resolve to . . . really!

Now that the Christmas rush is over and you’ve indulged in all the excesses of the holiday season, it’s time to make your annual New Year’s resolutions. We’re not talking about resolving to lose 15 pounds or be nicer to your...more

Altec to Pay $25,000 to Settle EEOC Religious Discrimination Suit

Company Failed to Hire Seventh-day Adventist Due to His Refusal to Work on the Sabbath, Federal Agency Alleged - ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Altec Industries, Inc., a Birmingham, Ala. based manufacturing company, will pay ...more

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