The workplace provisions of a controversial Florida law that placed limits on the content of diversity and inclusion training have been temporarily blocked by a federal judge.
Possibly foretelling a trend in protected labor protests following the Supreme Court's ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, Activision Blizzard workers walked off the job recently to pressure the game design company to end gender inequity.
Employees need not suffer tangible harm to bring a Title VII claim for the denial, or forced acceptance, of a job transfer, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled.
New data from the US Census Bureau shows that the gender pay gap, while getting smaller, still persists to a large degree.
Activision Blizzard will pay $18 million and take other actions to settle sexual discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims.
News: HR Guidance on addressing sex discrimination in the workplace and ensuring equal opportunity for employees and applicants of both genders.
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