It’s time for the EEOC to stop focusing on employers’ use of background checks and instead tackle the real underlying issues leading to discrimination.
At a cruising altitude of 30,000 feet, airline passengers want to rest easy knowing that they are in good hands and will safely make it to their destination.
Candidate-supplied references are usually nothing more than glowing reviews. There are smarter ways to see if someone will fit.
A mother in New Hampshire is suing her former employer over its decision to deny her permission to leave the office every day in order to breast-feed her son. The woman was fired after she failed to return to work when her maternity leave ended. Employers must accommodate breast-feeding mothers by allowing them to pump […]
Even the few women who’ve managed to advance to the C-suite don’t get equal pay.
Former Netflix Chief Talent Officer Patty McCord explains the best way to fire people who aren’t performing up to par: No more six-month improvement plans.
A list of things you should never do or you’ll find yourself being sued by your employees. Avoiding lawsuits should be a high priority for small companies.
The U.S. Supreme Court this week ruled on two cases involving workplace discrimination, and on Wednesday struck down the Defense of Marriage Act. The first two rulings should be viewed as victories for employers, because they could help avoid discrimination claims, experts say. The third ruling will complicate employee benefits administration, particularly in states that […]
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that employment discrimination can only be pinned on a supervisor who has the ability to hire and fire, not merely direct workplace assignments.
Fox Searchlight Pictures should have paid production interns who worked on the film “Black Swan,” according to a federal judge. The interns essentially acted as regular employees, as there was little educational value from the studio’s internship program, the judge ruled.
Rather than fire their worst workers, some Japanese companies are allegedly sending them to “banishment rooms,” where they’re given meaningless tasks such as staring at a TV monitor for 10 hours a day. The practice — reportedly in place at Hitachi, Sony, Toshiba and Panasonic — is meant to drive workers to quit of their […]
Have you ever tried to do the right thing, only to have it end in disaster? That’s exactly what can happen if your red circling policy goes wrong. (By way of background, red circled employees are those that are paid more than the maximum of the salary range for their job) I came across an […]
About one-third of all U.S. part-timers, or almost 8 million workers, say they’re involuntarily in such jobs, reports the U.S. Department of Labor. Avoidance of health care provisions under the Affordable Care Act and weak business conditions are among the reasons cited for the increasing use of part-time workers.
Dozens of House lawmakers introduced legislation on Wednesday that would bar employers from asking for their workers’ passwords to Facebook or other social media accounts. The Password Protection Act, authored by Reps.