As an organization, you may see employees dressing more casually and their grooming efforts waning. Some of the outfits or piercings may be out of place, in your opinion, but without a viable Grooming or Workplace Dress Code Policy, it may be difficult to enforce an employee’s attire.
The court said that sexual orientation discrimination is motivated by sex (at least in part) so it is therefore a subset of sex discrimination, which is specifically outlawed by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Lois Krause explains the impact of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC’s) rollout of its online filing portal.
Whether or not the DACA program winds down or becomes law, it has become critical for HR professionals to ensure that their I-9 forms are in order.
Lois Krause examines “An Act Concerning Pregnant Women in the Workplace” which enhances employment protections for pregnant employees and applicants.