The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has released its plan of attack for the next several years. And the agency wants to hear your opinion of it.
The U.S. Supreme Court began its 2012-2013 term earlier this week. Here are the cases HR pros need to know about.
The latest ruling on a social media debacle will only directly affect public employers — for now. Here’s why HR pros at private firms should be paying attention, too.
Another example of just how broadly the feds are interpreting employers’ religious accommodation responsibilities: A Kentucky company will pay compensatory damages to a woman who was turned down for a job after she said wearing trousers would violate her Christian beliefs.
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