Title VII (The Civil Rights Act of 1964)
A supervisor's favoritism for a romantic partner in employment decisions does not constitute sex discrimination, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has held.
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.
Directives on LGBTQ rights and racial equity were among the executive orders President Biden issued during a busy first 24 hours in office.
The Michigan employer that lost a landmark Supreme Court case in June involving a transgender former funeral home director has agreed to pay $250,000 to settle the dispute.
Employers that fire an individual merely for being gay or transgender violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Supreme Court has ruled.
This EEOC case involved a male employee's claims that his female manager at Chipotle harassed him on numerous occasions. Men bring about 16% of the sexual harassment charges filed with the agency.
The Supreme Court heard highly charged oral arguments in the most notable employment law dispute on its fall schedule.
News: HR guidance on how to maintain and enforce policies and practices that prohibit discrimination, harassment and retaliation under Title VII.
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