Employment Law

Employment Law (129)

Supreme Court Says No to Woman Who Lost Job Due to Dreadlocks

An Alabama woman who lost her job in 2010 after she refused to cut her dreadlocks learned last month that the Supreme Court won't take her case.

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#MeToo Fallout Overwhelms HR Departments

Eight months after the #MeToo anti-sexual harassment movement exploded virally on the Internet and spilled out into the real world workplace, human resources teams are still bogged down with a growing number of employee complaints.

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Pregnant Women's Workplace Rights in Focus After U.S. Senator Duckworth Makes History

U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth's history-making moment in April shined a spotlight on pregnant women who still are subject to discrimination in the workplace.

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#MeToo Sparks Strong Demand For Anti-Harassment Videos

As more human resources departments deal with the fallout from #MeToo, video producers have seen huge interest for their sexual harassment videos.

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AZ Mandates State Workers Take Yearly Harassment Prevention Training

Last month, Arizona implemented a requirement that all its state employees complete a yearly harassment prevention training program. So reports the Phoenix New Times.

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Women in Auto Industry Distrustful of HR When Reporting Sexual Harassment

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.

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How to Take On Sexual Harassment at a Job You've Left

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.

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Sexual Harassment Fears Halting Holiday Parties

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.

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Court Dismisses HR Gender Discrimination Claim

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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