Opinion

The Future Of Online Mediation With The EEOC

The EEOC presents studies showing unanimous satisfaction with its online mediation program. Read how this can be a valuable method for resolving an EEO charge.
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Camera Shy Employees? Avoid Negative Assumptions By Communicating With Your Team

As organizations rely on video conferencing, many managers are frustrated with employees who refuse to be on camera. There may be more to the issue.
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EEOC Targets Industry-Wide Systemic Discrimination: Why Training And Safe Reporting Mechanisms Are A Possible Answer

The construction industry is one highlighted by the EEOC as rife with systemic discrimination. Learn steps an organization can take.
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Articles

What Employers Need To Know: Chicago's Updated Sexual Harassment Ordinance

Changes to Chicago's Human Rights Ordinance are effective July 1, 2022. Here's what employers need to know:
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Physical And Wellness Testing Of Students Requires Safeguards From Sexual Exploitation

Former students claim exploitation by a former coach for a body fat test. We examine the facts and present tips for reporting.
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Proposed Legislation Could Eliminate ERISA Arbitration And Anti-Class Action Provisions

Some observers think a new bill, which is one of many addressing ERISA plans, could result in more claims being filed against plan fiduciaries.
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Child Pornography And Child Sexual Abuse: Tied Together

Child pornography is a form of child sexual abuse and is often made, viewed, or possessed by child sexual abusers. We examine.
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