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If You Read This Blog You Can Probably Make A Good Guess As To What the Racial Epithet Was

The EEOC just sued a large health organization for alleged racial harassment and retaliation against African American employees in its California facility, contending that “such harassment was perpetrated by co-workers, supervisors, and managers, and included daily use [...]

Female Lawyers: Still Harassed Worldwide

An International Bar Association survey of 135 countries has found that one in three female attorneys has been sexually harassed at work, and half have been bullied. Shocked? Shouldn’t be. It’s the power differential inherent [...]

Low Hanging Fruit: Take 967

Ok, this is a little different than the usual. Only a little. This particular health care provider which the EEOC nailed for $950,000 provides such care nationwide for jails and corrections facilities, not the public. [...]

Offsite Is Not Off Limits: Case Study on the Consequences of Failing to Address Culture and Claims Of Harassment

By: Amy Epstein Gluck Earlier, I came across this story (hello, insomnia) about one company (not our client!) who did not take the steps we have recommended in our blog to prevent harassment and retaliation, and [...]

New York City Employers: Sexual and Reproductive Decisions Are a New Class

By: Amy Epstein Gluck New York City employers and employers who have employees working in New York City, add a new protective class to your employee handbooks! That's right. On May 20, 2019, i.e., next [...]

“Why does he sexually harass me at work?”

Good question. Seems that the more complaints of sexual harassment that are made, the more surface. Don't get me wrong, anti-harassment training is, of course, a must – and is now required in some places [...]

“Doing What’s Right – Not Just What’s Legal”