Here’s yet another example of how mishandling complaints of workplace bias and harassment can come back to bite employers.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued an emotional and politically charged statement on racial discrimination on June 9, marking the deaths of three African Americans. The Resolution of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission In Mourning for the Deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery notes that the Commission, which was created as […]
Look out: Two federal agencies have released their latest enforcement data — and boy have they been busy.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has made state-by-state workplace bias charge data available online. Here’s why that’s good news for HR pros.
There’s a little-known form of workplace bias that can cost employers big, as one company recently learned. It’s called associational discrimination.
It’s apparently a lot easier to prove a retaliation charge than a workplace bias or harassment claim. That’s probably why retaliation remains the No. 1 complaint filed with the EEOC.
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