The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that an employee can assert a hostile work environment claim under the ADA.
As mandated by the New York Commission on Human Rights, all New York City employers should provide the New York Model Sexual Harassment Prevention Training to employees, or meet or exceed its requirements.
This briefing for supervisors provides a training tool on sexual harassment protections in Maine.
This briefing provides a training tool for employees on sexual harassment protections in Maine.
Under review in relation to amendments expanding sexual harassment prevention training.
A broad New Jersey law now prohibits mandatory arbitration of all employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims, and also significantly restricts employers from using nondisclosure agreements as part of a settlement.
Updated to reflect law limiting the use of waivers and nondisclosure provisions for harassment claims, effective March 18, 2019.
A jury has awarded a former KFC worker $1.5 million for discrimination by supervisors that hindered the employee's ability to express breast milk at work.
HR guidance on preventing and responding to workplace harassment, including instituting a policy, providing training to employees and supervisors, and immediately investigating harassment complaints.