In what is certain to generate much debate, discussion, and impact, today’s EEOC public meeting will discuss “Enforcement Guidance on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions under Title VII of the …READ MORE
When things go wrong in the workplace – whether violence, theft, accidents, or worse – the conversation inevitably turns to what could have been done to prevent it and what more we should have known …READ MORE
The case of a California minor who sued his public high school guidance counselor and the school district for damages arising out of sexual abuse and harassment by the counselor sends a clear warning to …READ MORE
Contingent workers play an important part of the fabric of today’s employment landscape. Look inside your own company and you’re likely to find an increasing number of contracted workers filling increasingly important roles.
We’re all aware …READ MORE
The proliferation of social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn create a haven of juicy details and information for employers seeking to narrow down a large field of prospective candidates or hone in on …READ MORE
The EEOC made a clear, spine tingling statement with its recently approved strategic plan for FY 2012-2016. Employers with the potential for systemic discrimination issues, beware. The agency plans to focus its litigation enforcement mechanism …READ MORE
When hiring people to represent your organization, you want to feel confident that you can trust these individuals to represent the best interests of your organization. For some employers, it’s enough to simply conduct an …READ MORE
Sure, there’s an app for that. But that doesn’t mean you should be using it.
Running a quick background check on the blind date you’ve been set up with might be a good way (or not, …READ MORE