DOL Proposes Updates To Sex Discrimination Regulations
The U.S. Department of Labor discloses its intent to update its sex discrimination guidelines. What are the guidelines, and who do they impact? Read More
Is Resignation A Defense To Charges Of Sexual Harassment?
After reporting sexual harassment, an employee resigns and then sues her employer and supervisor. We examine how resignations affect sexual harassment liability. Read More
Our Readers Sound Off On The Communication Styles Of Their Organization
We polled our readers about how their managers communicate with them. An almost equal split shows that how we communicate in an online environment is still developing. Read More
March 30, 2015
Going Through The Backdoor: Thieves Stealing Data Via Businesses You Work With
Hackers can access your personal data by breaking into the databases of those you do business with. Learn ways to protect your privacy. Read more...
Supreme Court Rules On Pregnancy And Accommodation - What Should Employers Do Going Forward?
Is the Young v. UPS decision a victory or a defeat for employers and what does it mean for your organization? Jack McCalmon gives his analysis. Read more...
If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em. Should Employers Encourage Workplace Romances?
New survey shows romance is rampant in the workplace, including with the boss. Is banning workplace love a waste of time or smart loss prevention? Read more...
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