1. EEOC Sues UPS For Religious Discrimination

    Article courtesy of HRMorning.com: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a religious discrimination lawsuit against package delivery giant United Parcel Service.   According to papers filed in federal District Court in New York, UPS violated federal law by discriminating against a…Read More

  2. Do’s and Don’ts on Employee Handbooks from the NLRB

      To help employers craft handbooks that don’t violate the National Labor Relations Act, the National Labor Relations Board has issued a compilation of rules it has found to be illegal — and rewritten them to illustrate how they can comply with the law. It was issued as a memorandum by NLRB…Read More

  3. Hospital Chain to Pay $80k for Disability Bias

    Ah, the irony: A major Midwest healthcare organization has agreed to pay $80,000 to a woman whose job offer was withdrawn — because of her medical condition.   Aurora Health Care, Inc. will fork over the $80k and furnish other relief to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U…Read More

  4. The 4 Biggest Termination Mistakes

      Firing staff members is stressful – which is why so many HR pros sometimes hurry the process along to get it over with. But that’s a big mistake. If you don’t cross your t’s and dot your i’s before, during and after a termination, you’re setting yourself up for major problems down…Read More

  5. Employers Ready to Hire, and Workers Are Ready to Make a Move

    Hiring managers in small businesses are indicating a greater sense of confidence when it comes to recruitment plans. Hiring is expected to increase three percentage points over last year for companies with 50 or fewer employees. Quick breakdown: 50 or fewer employees – 27% hiring full-time, perman…Read More