The EEOC claims that an employer discriminated by firing an employee with a disability for requesting a remote work arrangement in a lawsuit that is likely only the opening salvo on this issue.
A supervisor's favoritism for a romantic partner in employment decisions does not constitute sex discrimination, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has held.
An Illinois appellate court has ruled in favor of a transgender employee who was denied the use of the women's restroom.
A federal jury in Florida has awarded $500,000 in punitive damages for sex discrimination to a female sales manager at a Harley-Davidson dealership who was allegedly denied promotion to a general manager role because of her gender.
Tesla must pay about $1 million to a former employee who claimed two supervisors called him the N-word and that his complaints about their conduct were ignored, an arbitrator has ruled.
An accommodation to allow a former teacher to not call transgender students by their preferred names would have created an undue hardship for his employer, a federal district court has ruled.
Rhode Island has enacted a stringent pay equity law that broadens pay discrimination protections, bans salary history inquiries and requires pay range disclosure.
A federal jury ordered Walmart to pay the steep award to a long-time sales associate who claimed her firing violated the ADA, though the cap on punitive damages will significantly reduce the amount.
A year after the Supreme Court's landmark decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, the EEOC has issued new guidance elaborating on the implications of the decision for employers and LGBTQ+ workers.
A new Nevada law will prohibit employers from seeking job applicants' pay history when making hiring decisions or determining the rate of pay to offer an applicant.
News: HR guidance and support on how to develop and implement policies to prevent and respond to employee discrimination claims against protected classes.
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