In a case that has simple yet profound lessons for employers, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that an employer wasn’t liable for co-worker harassment—all because the company acted fast and effectively when it discovered the harassment.
- High bar for retaliation case when someone else is victim
- Prepare for the ADA long haul: Disability accommodation isn't a one-time event
- Coincidental timing alone does not make a retaliation claim
- ADA warning for bosses: You're not qualified to diagnose employees' mental illness
- Use proactive measures to stop bias lawsuits