EEOC Sues Another Health Care Provider For Alleged Pregnancy Discrimination

Well, chalk up another healthcare provider nabbed by the EEOC for allegedly violating the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (“PDA”), an amendment to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Add this to the numerous such [...]

Completed Sexual Harassment Training: Fired For Sexual Harassment 6 Weeks Later

Here’s a news brief that is quite disturbing - on many levels. All Iowa Senate employees are required to participate in sexual harassment training and then attest that they have read Iowa Senate personnel guidelines [...]

Happy Equal Pay Day! (and an opportunity to brag on my firm)

By: Amy Epstein Gluck Today is Equal Pay Day, a day that indicates how far into 2018 American women must work to earn as much as men did the previous year.  Am I going to [...]

Texas Federal Court Holds Transgender Woman Covered by Title VII

A breaking new decision out of a federal court in Texas perhaps points the way to the future in civil rights employment litigation. It involves a transgender woman who was denied hiring and sued under [...]

Salvation Army Refused To Hire Man With Intellectual Disability: Agrees To Pay $55,000

“Say it ain't so!  Not the Salvation Army!” This was the reaction of a lot of blog readers in late 2016 when I reported that the EEOC had just sued a Salvation Army thrift store in Wasilla, [...]

“Work Faster!”

By: Amy Epstein Gluck Last month, my esteemed partner Rich Cohen wrote here that it had been over a year since he’d seen or written about a new code word or phrase for age discrimination, then [...]

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