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Are you among the companies willing to turn away from an applicant because of what they see on social media?
A Virginia home-building company dragged its feet when a qualified female employee sought to be promoted to a purchasing manager, according to a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
If you decide to terminate an older employee and hire a younger replacement, assume that you will be sued for age discrimination.
A federal court has refused to expand possible reasons for employment lawsuits to include so-called “bullying” claims.
We all want to know we’re hiring the best candidates. That often requires running thorough background checks on applicants.
Employees have a right to reasonable accommodation of their religious practices. That means employers must try to find ways for employees to exercise their beliefs unless doing so would be an undue burden.
Most employers would prefer employees focus on work and not the state of the world when they are on the clock. So how can you quell political arguments in the workplace? You must balance employees’ interest in speaking freely with your interest in maintaining order and productivity:
If you decide to punish an employee for testifying against you in a legal deposition, be prepared for even more litigation.
Here's your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.
Organized labor had what appeared to be a bad day in court Jan. 11 when the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that asked whether government employees can be required to pay union dues if they object to the union’s political activities.