Employment Law

Employment Law (121)

Impeachment Whistleblower: A Teaching Moment for Employers

The whistleblower who set off the impeachment hearings into President Donald Trump serves as a reminder that companies need to be mindful of their own employees’ rights.


HR Embraces Hiring People with Disabilities

A human resources director at a Philadelphia company had some concerns leading up to interviews with three job candidates with disabilities last year. But 18 months later, Karen Boyle, vice president of human resources at the Graham Co., realized how lucky she was to bring in these candidates. So reports The Philadelphia Inquirer.


McDonald’s CEO Firing Shows Less Tolerance for Workplace Sexual Relationships

McDonald’s decision to fire CEO Steve Easterbrook after learning he engaged in what the fast food giant calls a consensual relationship with an employee highlights how more corporations are embracing a zero-tolerance stance in such situations.


Discrimination Based on Hair Style Ruled Illegal in Cincinnati

Cincinnati has ruled that discriminating against people who wear their hair naturally is illegal. So reports USA Today.


Non-Binary Workplaces Gain Momentum

More workplaces are embracing a non-binary world where people are able to identify by their preferred pronoun with much needed guidance coming from a federal agency.


Teacher Canned for Refusing to Use Transgender Pupil’s Preferred Pronouns

A Virginia high school fired a French teacher alleging he violated the school board’s policy by refusing to call a transgender student by "preferred pronouns." Now, that teacher has filed a lawsuit. So report NBC News.


Police Sergeant Suspended 35-Days for Sexual Harassment of LGBTQ Officer

A Hartford, Connecticut police sergeant accused of sexual harassment toward an officer who served as the LGBTQ liaison was recently slapped with a 35-day unpaid suspension. So reports The Hartford Courant.


NYS Revamps Workplace Harassment Rules

New York State last month revamped its workplace harassment and discrimination laws, striking a “severe or pervasive” standard of behavior from the law. This change makes it easier for victims to file harassment complaints. So reports the Times Union.


How to Deal with Death in the Workplace

Most employees who face a terminal illness may decide going to work is no longer a priority, but those who continue to show up could pose a challenge for managers.


Korean-American Intel Employee Alleges Firm Favors Indian Workers

A Korean-American software engineer for Santa Clara-based Intel Corp. has alleged in a lawsuit against the firm that it favors workers of Indian origin over other employees. So reports Indica News.


Visit other PMG Sites:

Template Settings


For each color, the params below will give default values
Tomato Green Blue Cyan Dark_Red Dark_Blue


Background Color
Text Color


Background Color


Select menu
Google Font
Body Font-size
Body Font-family
PMG360 is committed to protecting the privacy of the personal data we collect from our subscribers/agents/customers/exhibitors and sponsors. On May 25th, the European's GDPR policy will be enforced. Nothing is changing about your current settings or how your information is processed, however, we have made a few changes. We have updated our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to make it easier for you to understand what information we collect, how and why we collect it.
Ok Decline