If a company decides to eliminate spousal and dependent coverage under its group health plan, does it have an obligation to offer COBRA to the spouses and dependents that were dropped from the plan?
In a landmark decision, a federal district court has ruled that sexual orientation bias is a form of sex discrimination – and illegal under U.S. law.
Without intending to, managers of both sexes might be shunting women into supportive roles while lifting men into leadership ones.
If your company requires employees to work mandatory overtime, it’s important to factor those extra hours into your calculations when determining employees’ FMLA entitlement.
Dealing with problem employees invariably involves one of two issues: Performance or behavior. And your managers need to know how to handle each. Here’s a primer.
You’d think that if any employer would be cognizant of workplace law, it’d be a law school, right? Apparently not the case at the University of Denver, if the EEOC’s recent charges are true.
You’ve slogged through dozens of resumes, set up and conducted multiple rounds of interviews and, finally, you’ve extended an offer to the perfect candidate. Except she decides to go with another company’s offer instead.
The efforts to push back the deadline for the new OT rules gained some more momentum this week, as Congress moved to enact a new law to extend the effective date to early next summer.
Need a reason to refresh your anti-harassment training with your managers? Take a look at this story.
Work for a small-to-midsize company? The EEOC just unveiled a new resource designed expressly for you.