Federal law designed to prohibit sexual discrimination is “not a civility code,” a judge wrote in overturning a $301,000 award to a worker in a sexual harassment lawsuit.
Managers know that part of the job is doing everything within your power to protect employees’ safety, especially if they’re charged with operating heavy equipment. But what do you do when you learn someone who’s worked for you in the past has a potentially dangerous medical condition?
Over-the-top religious discrimination — and failure to order people from harassing a co-worker — cost AutoZone $75,000 and other sanctions because the company failed to provide religious accommodation for an employee.
More military veterans are returning to the U.S. every day, and employers are eager to welcome these men and women to the work force. But what if you need to know more about veterans who have a disability, so they can perform at peak levels?