This check card gives you bullet points on how to handle discrimination issues.
This check card is a printable resource with practical advice for the dos and don'ts of dealing with workplace discrimination and harassment.
In this Classroom Course, the presentation goes over specific issues in harassment policy and situations.
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (“OFCCP”) is the U.S. Department of Labor agency charged with enforcing the federal affirmative action regulations and eradicating discrimination ...
This InfoPAK provides an overview of the administrative process and the necessary steps the employer must take to properly respond to an agency charge of discrimination. A quick and thorough response ...
A company's decision to offer domestic partner or same-sex spouse benefits can be fraught with complications. The legal landscape that governs such benefits is constantly changing as a result of ...
Due to the signing of Senate Bill 396 in October 2017, this new law requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide training on policies that prohibit harassment based on gender identity, ...
An introduction to Equal Employment regulations in the United States.
Tips for preventing discrimination and harassment in the workplace. This guide includes US Federal Anti-Discrimination laws covering sexual harassment, employer liability and much more.
A zero-tolerance policy toward discrimination and all forms of unlawful harassment, including but not limited to sexual harassment.
It is no longer enough for a business to show that it has adopted policies against discrimination and retaliation, and that it has in place a clear and effective process for reporting and investigating ...
The Supreme Court in United States v. Windsor found unconstitutional the definition in DOMA that only persons of the opposite sex can be married for the purpose of federal law, and courts and administrative ...
This article provides an overview of cautious steps a company can take when conducting internal investigations.
Top ten tips for mitigating risk, reducing liability from claims of workplace discrimination and harassment via a well drafted policy.
This is a sample sexual harassment policy that can be provided to an organizations employees.
Top ten tips on the potential legal pitfalls in the interview process, and how to avoid them while still obtaining the necessary information.
Bullying doesn't only happen on the playground - it can happen around the water cooler in your office. Learn how to address this behavior and prevent the legal and financial problems that can result ...
When President Bush signed the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, his approval ushered in a plethora of changes that redefined how the law responds to persons with disabilities. In-house counsel need to ...
Explains the effect of the "Paycheck Rule" as enacted by the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. The Paycheck Rule requires that every paycheck issued is a separate act of discrimination. Also forecasts ...
You just got the papers. One of your company’s employees has filed a discrimination complaint with the EEOC. Now what? This is a first for you and your organization. Where do you begin? This presentation ...
CCU 2007: Our panel of seasoned labor and employment specialists highlight serious mistakes that could cost your company money, but could have otherwise been avoided with prior warning. Learn how ...
This quick reference identifies global union issues, union free workplace unionization issues, and what issues you should be aware of in a partially unionized workforce.
A sample equal employment opportunity policy and a policy prohibiting sexual and other workplace harassment. Sections include consensual relationships, sexual harassment, other harassment, reporting ...
A workplace behavior policy that sets forth guidelines regarding certain interpersonal conduct that is inappropriate and unacceptable.
Considers the duties owned by individuals and organizations in the course of supplying goods and services to members of the public under the UK's Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA).
Discusses the tools that can be used to investigate threats of violence in the workplace.
This article discusses the nuts and bolts of developing an effective anti-harassment policy and properly implementing it in the workplace.