Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an important ruling that defines a "suprervisor" in discrimination cases as someone who has the power to hire, fire, demote, transfer or discipline other workers are not “supervisors.” This narrow definition of supervisor is a win for employers, but what does it all mean to your life in HR?
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