Dr. Carol Warfield, a Harvard doctor and chief of anesthesia at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, was awarded a $7 million settlement for gender discrimination in early February. It was a massive settlement to be sure, certainly...
It's no secret that racial bias continues to impact the job market. Black unemployment is still double the national rate, and research has shown that, even when controlled for factors like education and experience, black job seekers still face hiring discrimination. For...
On the heels of Time magazine's controversial recent cover story by Joel Stein, which referred to Millennials as lazy, entitled, and selfish, it's important to consider how that characterization, whether true or unfairly conjured from stereotypes, plays into workplace dynamics.
Some call it neurological diversity, others see it as autism's fight back. People diagnosed as "on the spectrum" are suddenly in demand by employers seeking a competitive advantage from autistic workers more used to being considered disabled than special.
A new record high was reached for federal wage-and-hour lawsuits filed under the Fair Labor Standards Act in the 2012-2013 year. The data, calculated recently by the Federal Judicial Center, confirms that suits filed under the Fair Labor Standards Act continue to climb,...
The Supreme Court made news last week when it did something seemingly inconsequential: It refused to hear an Americans with Disabilities Act case. But the repercussions for employers could be huge. The High Court opted not to review last fall's EEOC v. United Airlines, Inc....
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