If You’re Gonna Talk the Talk, You Gotta Walk the Walk—How to Minimize Gender Bias

By: Amy Epstein Gluck

Gotcha there, didn’t I? You thought I was going to relate the secret of the universe there for a second, right? Sorry! No.

What I can tell you is that there are specific actions that corporate employers can take to promote gender diversity in the workplace, and, minimize the risks of liability due […]

The EEOC Pushes Equal Pay Agenda

Yesterday I discussed two new gender pay disparity cases filed by the EEOC – I must have missed this third one.   Recall that one of the six priorities set out in the EEOC’s Strategic Enforcement Plan (“SEP”) is enforcement of the federal laws against pay discrimination between men and women.

In this third case, the EEOC […]

Remember Henry’s Turkey?  Another Turkey Raises Its Sordid, Wattled Head

Remember Henry’s Turkey – the company that exploited vulnerable intellectually challenged and disabled workers by, among many other things, paying them $65 a month to eviscerate turkeys?

The case that was settled by the EEOC for $5,000,000?

I dubbed Henry’s “the poster bird for the abuse of intellectually disabled employees.”

I wrote a number of posts about this infamous […]

Sex Discrimination And Equal Pay:  New EEOC Lawsuits

The EEOC has six national priorities in its Strategic Enforcement Plan (“SEP”) – and one of them is the enforcement of federal laws prohibiting pay discrimination between men and women.

Two new EEOC suits illustrate the federal laws to which the EEOC is referring.

Title VII

The EEOC just sued a food distributor with warehouses in Cleveland and […]