Tag: lawsuit

CareerBuilder Facing Class Action Lawsuit from Sales Reps

More bad news for CareerBuilder, another lawsuit in the news. VIA COOK COUNTY RECORD: A new class action lawsuit has accused Careerbuilder of underpaying its sales representatives, allegedly stripping those workers of commissions they had earned. On Nov. 1, attorneys Myles McGuire and Paul Geske, of the firm of McGuire Law P.C., filed suit in Cook County Circuit Court on behalf of named plaintiff…

CareerBuilder slapped with sexual harassment lawsuit

The lawsuit paints a disturbing picture of a corporate culture rife with harassment and executives who looked the other way. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post CareerBuilder slapped with sexual harassment lawsuit appeared first on AIM Group.

CareerBuilder Gets Slapped With Lawsuit Alleging Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, and Bullying

Reported in Crain’s Chicago Business on June 13, Lori McInerney, a former marketing director who started with CareerBuilder in 2002, has filed a lawsuit against her former employer. McInerney was promoted eight times during her time there without a single poor performance review, the lawsuit says. She served as regional sales director, director of strategic initiatives, and director of marketing during her tenure.

Chamber Readying Lawsuit Over OT Rules

There are 78 days left until the new U.S. Department of Labor overtime rules take effect. However, according the a recent report from Chris Opfer and Ben Penn at Bloomberg BNA, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is ready to sue.

LinkedIn Prevails In Lawsuit Over 'Reference Search'

A federal judge in San Jose ruled earlier this week that LinkedIn's “Reference Search,” a tool it provides to premium members who use it to find job candidates' past colleagues, does not run afoul of a 1970 federal law called the Fair Credit Reporting …