How have things changed in the year since the #MeToo movement went viral? A better question might be “how haven’t things changed?” People around the world are discussing and reexamining their beliefs about and experiences with sexual harassment and assault. Stories related to the movement dominate the news. Those who have suffered harassment or assault […]
Although we tend to think of discrimination in the workplace as a distinct incident—a boss denying his female subordinate a promotion because she’s a woman, an employee using a racial slur to refer to a colleague—it’s usually more of a process or a pattern. Discrimination happens over time, and may only become apparent through repeated […]
Of the lists you don’t want your company’s name on I would say the “Top 5 EEOC Violations” list would be the number one list to avoid. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) comes after you for sexual harassment violations, ADA violations and wrongful terminations to name a few. Not only will you pay financially […]
July 2016 marks the 26th Anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). And, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has job of enforcing Title I of the Act, which covers employment discrimination provisions for those with disabilities.