Two bills that take effect on September 1 significantly expand the reach of Texas's sexual harassment laws.
In a recent case, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals endorsed a more expansive view of the type of conduct that can constitute same-sex sexual harassment under Title VII.
Google's parent company has agreed to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a group of shareholders. The lawsuit claimed that male executives who had been credibly accused of sexually harassing female employees were improperly awarded multi-million-dollar severance packages.
Effective May 20, 2020, the "Protect Our Voices Act" will prohibit private employers in New Mexico from requiring an employee to sign a nondisclosure provision of a settlement agreement relating to claims of sexual harassment, discrimination or retaliation.
The EEOC has released FY 2019 claims data showing a decrease in overall workplace discrimination charges compared to FY 2018 data.
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 McDonald's Corporation board of directors fired the company's CEO after concluding that he had violated a company policy prohibiting managers from engaging in relationships with employees.
News: HR guidance on workplace sexual harassment including creating a policy, training employees, immediately responding to harassment complaints and imposing discipline.
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