News & Announcements
On June 26, the United States Supreme Court struck down Section Three of the federal Defense of Marriage Act ("DOMA") as unconstitutional because it deprives individuals of equal liberty protections provided by the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution.
Employer liability in a Title VII harassment cases is affected by whether the alleged harasser is a coworker or supervisor.
On June 24, the United States Supreme Court held that a Title VII plaintiff must prove that retaliation was not just a motivating factor in an adverse employment action but instead was the determinative factor.
According to a recent study commissioned by Randstad and featured in CCH Daily Document Update, flexible work arrangements, rewards for high performance, training and skill enhancement opportunities, and an organization's overall corporate culture go a long way toward cultivating employee engagement.
As part of an ongoing effort to update regulations, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has commenced direct final rulemaking to update references to ANSI consensus standards in regulations containing specifications for accident prevention signs and tags, among other things.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recently held that a hospital business analyst was not entitled to trial on an FMLA claim related to her termination.