EEOC enforcement actions on employment discrimination show how many employers are still stuck in patterns of sex, race and other kinds of bias. Guest poster Jeff Russell, CEO of GeniusHR, offers some ways to break out of these destructive – and legally dangerous — patterns.
As sequestration kicks in, here’s an puzzler: How will funding cuts affect the speed with which the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission handles employee complaints?
Seems that even some judges are thinking the EEOC’s gotten a little over-aggressive in its approach to dealing with employee bias complaints.
Look out: Two federal agencies have released their latest enforcement data — and boy have they been busy.
Dress code issues and unwarranted religious expression in the workplace found these two employers in court — and led to two very different outcomes.
Three restaurants or restaurant chains have all recently settled egregious sexual harassment claims — including one class-action suit stemming from 1988 against a popular fast-food establishment.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has released its final Strategic Enforcement Plan. Here’s a brief look at the issues the agency will be targeting in the future.
Now that you’ve finally got a handle on the EEOC’s recent guidance on criminal background checks, the feds have announced they’re still not done looking into its effects.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has struck hard in two recent settlements of monstrous proportions.
What’s a second term for the Obama administration going to mean for HR pros? Here’s a sampling of what the experts are saying.