California updates and releases posters, answers sexual harassment training questions, and more.
Sam’s career started earlier than most. At 14, he was painting cars as a hobby. At 16, he joined the auto body shop. In those early days, Sam rarely wore a respirator. He just didn’t think about it. He was young and felt more or less invincible. Besides, it seemed like a non-issue. He had […]
Q: What does quid pro quo mean? Especially when it comes to harassment. A: Maybe you’ve heard it said on the news or maybe it just seems like Latin, which it is. In the context of HR and sexual harassment in the workplace, the phrase specifically refers to a situation in which a person of […]
We have some guidance about how to develop prompt, fair, and lawful harassment reporting, investigation, and corrective action procedures.
Every month we breakdown the upcoming legislative and regulatory deadlines about labor and human resources (HR) you need to know. This month, we have updates from Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Washington.
Every month we breakdown the upcoming legislative and regulatory deadlines about labor and human resources (HR) you need to know. Looking ahead to the rest of February and March, we’ve got updates from OSHA, the Department of Labor, and the National Labor Relations Board.
Once a month, our HR experts answer a commonly asked question. this month, we're taking a look at harassment-related questions.
A wrongful termination claim sounds like an “ouch.” But how bad is it, really? Not great, as it turns out. Win or lose, here’s what you can expect to pay.
Most people are motivated by meaning, not money. So, how do you create meaning in the workplace? By giving employees a reason to feel proud of their work.