Though religious discrimination claims are becoming more common, many managers still struggle with different beliefs in the workplace.
Use these employers’ mistakes to ensure you don’t end up on the wrong side of a religious bias lawsuit.
2014 was a pretty tough year for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. But that doesn’t mean employers can relax.
Many times, hiring managers — in an innocent attempt to make an interviewee more comfortable — ask questions that could put the company in legal peril down the line.
No employer wants to get into legal trouble for religious discrimination – and luckily, the EEOC has released updated guidance to help employers know the regs inside and out. The updates include details about how to stay in compliance with the Civil Rights Act, as well as new legal protections offered to religious employers, which […]
An employee at a vacation rental company claims she was fired for greeting customers on the phone with “Merry Christmas” instead of “Happy Holidays.”
Periodically, we present a real-life workplace problem and ask three HR managers to provide a solution. This week’s problem: A supervisor expresses his objections to working with a gay employee.
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