Nike just joined an increasing number of employers that are making sweeping pay changes in an effort to close the gaps between male and female employees’ paychecks and prevent bias problems down the road.
Here’s a perfect example of why you need to promote anti-harassment training to employees on all levels.
Valentine’s Day (arguably the sappiest of all commercial holidays) is right around the corner. So what better time to address the hazards of workplace romances — and how to avoid them?
For employers, it’s best not to let sexual harassment claims be decided by a jury — especially when there was ample warning about the problem before it ended up in court.
According to this former Citigroup employee, when her good looks became too much for her managers to deal with, they simply showed her the door.
The EEOC has a long history among employers of filing lawsuits for dubious reasons, and in this case, that strategy seems to have come back to haunt it.
Of course you know: Sexual harassment can happen in any workplace. But it turns out it happens in some workplaces more than others. Is yours one of them? Here’s how to tell.
If we had a nickel for every sexual harassment lawsuit we’ve read about like this … we’d have exactly five cents.
Having the option of arbitration for employer/employee disputes is crucial for avoiding costly litigation. But going forward, there’s a new amendment to the Federal Arbitration Act on the books that you need to know about. The Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act went into effect March 3, 2022, and it means […]
When months of inappropriate comments and unwanted sexual advances proved futile, this manager took his harassment to the next level — and now he’s headed to court.
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