From recent memory, I can’t recall a case with more egregious allegations of sexual harassment. Continue reading
I’ve seen weaker lawsuits. But let me explain why the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed that asking a female colleague to babysit, once hitting her posterior with a rubber band, and even failing to use her proper title is not enough to create a hostile work environment based on gender. Continue reading
In today’s post, I had planned to dispense some wage-and-hour tips for employers seeking to adjust hourly pay rates. And then the employment law gods spoke to me and said, “Eric, this blog is about the clicks, not curing insomnia.” Continue reading
Yesterday, we discussed why employers must adopt comprehensive, well-known anti-discrimination policies. That way, victims know what to do to get their complaints of harassment addressed.
Today, we’re going to focus on the importance of a prompt employer response that is reasonably designed to end the complained-of behavior. Continue reading