“Do What’s Right, Not Just What’s Legal.”

Veteran Denied Job Because Of Company Medication Policy

One more time the Takeaway comes first:  Under the ADA you cannot discriminate against applicants or employees based upon a disability or perceived disability, and you must interact with the applicant or employee to determine [...]

Free Speech Isn’t Always Free: Employer Regulation of Political Expression

By FisherBroyles (Authors' names at the bottom of this post) RECOUNT! LOCK HER UP! ABOLISH THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE! MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! During politically charged times such as the present, employers often face complicated challenges in [...]

A How-To Guide to LGBT Corporate Policies

By:  Amy Epstein Gluck As Montell Jordan sang in the 90s—"this is how we do it." Thanks to my partner Ken Thompson for finding me this awesome graphic! Anyway, need a good example of a [...]

Is Sexual Orientation Discrimination About To Be Forbidden By Title VII?

A big change in the law may be near; this post is a significant addendum to a couple of earlier posts about Title VII and sexual orientation. On August 8th  I did a post and said [...]

“Monkeys Don’t Wear Glasses”: Racism In NY State Prisons

The New York Times just published a very disturbing expose, “The Scourge of Racial Bias in New York State’s Prisons.”  The racial bias and harassment is directed against correction officers as well as inmates. Meticulously researched, [...]

Serena Williams Aces The Equal Pay Issue

By Amy Epstein Gluck "To all incredible women who strive for excellence" begins Serena Williams in an open letter about sexism and wage disparity between males and females in sports for Porter Magazine’s 'Incredible Women [...]