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City Manager Ousted for Ignoring Black Job Applicants: Report

A Georgia interim city manager charged with finding a permanent hire for the position was fired after allegations that he ignored black applicants. So Fox 5 Atlanta reports.


Suit Alleges Female Police Recruits Subjected to Sexually Inappropriate Exams

Female police recruits for Nebraska’s State Patrol had to go through “medically unnecessary and sexually invasive” medical exams, a state trooper alleges in her federal lawsuit. So reports Omaha World-Herald


Tata Ex-HR Director Files Gender Discrimination Suit

The former human resources director in Tata Communications' New Jersey location filed a lawsuit against the firm for gender discrimination. So reports Law360.


Finalist for HR Director Job Claims Race Kept Him from Being Hired: Lawsuit

A finalist for the director of human resources for Bay City, Michigan, has sued alleging he was not hired because he is black. So reports MLive.


Denver HR Manager Claims He Was Fired for Being Gay

A human resources manager for Denver Health is suing the hospital after he says he was fired for being gay. So reports Denver7 News.


Teachers Claim Betrayal When District Breaks Pay Promise

Teachers at a Nevada school are crying foul after they participated in program with the promise of better pay upon completion only to be told by officials months later that it was all a mistake. So reports the Las Vegas Review-Journal.


Workers Get Protection from ‘Textual Harassment’

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has put employers on notice that they can be held liable for unfair labor practice charges if they shoot off texts to workers in the midst of union organizing events. So reports The Washington Free Beacon


Employers Contending with Legalized Marijuana

As more states have legalized limited use of recreational marijuana, employers and human resource departments are contending with what that means for workers.


Indiana Firm Can’t Dodge Fired Worker’s Religious Discrimination Suit

An Indiana company that admitted it erred in firing an employee is still required to defend itself against a religious discrimination suit. So reports The Indiana Lawyer.


HR Lessons from Trump Firing of Comey

Donald Trump rose to reality TV stardom by firing people, but his most high profile dismissal as U.S. President has been panned as a management flub.


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