EEOC Resolutions Last Quarter

Must employer accommodate a religious belief that its biometric time clock is a “Mark of the Beast?” May employee obtain a temporary restraining order against imminent termination? Under what circumstances can criminal background checks constitute discrimination? Answers to these questions… Continue Reading

EEOC Resolutions for 3rd Quarter

Hostile “huddles?” Slavery in paradise?  Employer website photos evidence discrimination? Severance agreements discourage EEOC complaints?   These cases caught my eye during my review of the EEOC resolutions announced in the Third Quarter of 2014.  Blurbs on them and a… Continue Reading

EEOC Resolutions Announced during First Quarter

A couple of Walmart cases plus another GINA case were among the resolutions announced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) during the first quarter of 2014.  As usual, I will highlight what I found most interesting and summarize the… Continue Reading