Many women in the U.S. auto industry have little or no faith in human resources in dealing with sexual harassment. So reports Automotive News.
Logging a sexual harassment claim at your current job is daunting enough, but it becomes more challenging going after a former employer. So reports the Huffington Post.
Federal whistleblowers scored a big victory with a new law that explicitly targets managers who retaliate against them.
Over-drinking and inappropriate behavior have been long-standing concerns for companies hosting holiday parties, but the recent and heightened focus on sexual harassment has some employers quashing festivities entirely.
An appeals court rejected a fired human resources manager’s gender discrimination claim, imparting an important lesson for employees thinking about similar actions.
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