Black Hair Was “Dreadful” – But New Laws Are Changing All That

In an ATL post in early 2018 I mentioned an article in The New York Times which said that “America has always had trouble with black hair,” and that “[t]he bias against black hair is [...]

When Equal Pay Audit Results Lead to Retaliation Claims

By Amy Epstein Gluck Equal pay is getting a lot of press these days. Indeed, it seems to be a "Hot HR Topic." (Yes, that IS a thing! OK, just for employment law nerds.) There's [...]

LGBTQ Employees Face A Double Stigma

By:  Amy Epstein Gluck Last year, when I wrote about destigmatizing mental health issues, I informed you that one in four adults in the U.S. suffer from some type of mental disability. When we talked about sexual [...]

Diversity & Inclusion: Making More Than Cosmetic Changes

By: Amy Epstein Gluck One of my favorite cosmetics retailer closed all of its US-based stores today for diversity and inclusion training. The focus? What it means to be a diverse and inclusive workplace. In addition [...]

One more time: you must seek a reasonable accommodation for employees who have disabilities or who are pregnant

A couple of useful takeaways from this latest settlement of a “low hanging fruit” EEOC lawsuit. The EEOC announced that a large health network which owned and operated three Arizona hospitals agreed to pay $545,000 [...]

How Can Employers Recognize Signs of Impending Workplace Violence?

By Amy Epstein Gluck They can't, entirely. But let's discuss this. Late last week and over this weekend, I, along with the rest of the country I'm sure, read about the horrific events that occurred [...]

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