Going From Bad To Worse: How Employers Should Manage Whistleblowers
An employee blows the whistle and then commits suicide. We examine the pressures around whistleblowing and the legal risks. Read More
Equal Pay Act Violations And Title VII Pay Discrimination: Do You Know The Differences?
An employer is sued for $110M for gender discrimination. We explain how the Equal Pay Act differs and how it works in tandem with Title VII pay discrimination. Read More
Our Readers Say Other Employees Are The Best Part Of The Job
We asked our readers what is the best part of their jobs, and they said working with other people. Read More
Reference Requests: Are They Worth The Risk?
A poll asks HR personnel if how an employee quits affects the employee's future employment. We provide the answer and the risks involved. Read More
Over-The-Line Emails: Sexual Harassment Or Just Funny?
A county prosecutor is accused of sending lewd emails, including jokes and comics. He now faces a sexual harassment charge. Is it sexual harassment or overblown? Read More
Why Retaliation Is The Charge You Will Most Likely See In Your Immediate Future
Jack McCalmon examines how times are changing and employment practice risks are shifting from traditional Title VII claims to retaliation charges. Read More