Disabled Worker Settles Suit Against (Guess) … Provider of Disability Services

Chalk up another easy settlement for the EEOC – an ADA disability lawsuit by an employee who worked for a non-profit which … (take a guess) … provides job opportunities to people with disabilities! Yes, [...]

Employers, Are Your Supervisors Prepared for Accommodation Requests for Mental Health Issues?

By: Amy Epstein Gluck If your answer is anything other than "yes, absolutely," we should really talk. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects qualified employees with mental health impairments the same as it does employees with [...]

Mushroom Farm: The Poison of Sexual Harassment Grows In The Dark

The EEOC says that “[p]rotecting vulnerable workers, including immigrant and migrant workers, and underserved communities from discrimination is one of the Commission's Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP) priorities.” What is a “vulnerable worker?” Workers are “vulnerable” [...]

We All Get Older – But No One Likes Being Called a “Hairbag”

My guess is that most people -- maybe not all - would not like to be called a hairbag. What’s a "hairbag??" (No, not that). A New York Times article today informs us … but first [...]

Bystander Intervention At Work

By: Amy Epstein Gluck I read with interest last night that a well-known billionaire money manager "talked about genitalia" in a well-attended investment conference and about how money managers view obtaining clients like “trying to get [...]

Can I require my employees to get a flu shot?

By: Amy Epstein Gluck It's the most wonderful time of the year! Are you singing that ditty on your way to work? No? Well, it's not holiday time, but it is the start of flu season [...]

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