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Q3 | 2018

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SCOTUS to hear case on Title VII "exhaustion"

USA - January 17 2019 Can you occasionally skip the EEOC and go straight to court if there's a really good reason? The U.S. Supreme Court has yet to decide whether to...

FAQs about Michigan's new Paid Medical Leave Act

USA - January 17 2019 The law takes effect March 31. On December 13, 2018, outgoing Governor Rick Snyder (R) signed into law the Michigan Paid Medical Leave Act. Here's the...

Do heterosexuals have Title VII rights?

USA - January 11 2019 This case will blow your mind. Bonnie O'Daniel was a Human Resources manager (remember that!) at a workplace in Louisiana. One day in April 2016, she...

Christian baker's lawsuit against Colorado can proceed, court says

USA - January 10 2019 As long as it's the principle (and I think it is). Remember Jack Phillips, the Christian proprietor of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado? He refused to...

Has morale improved yet?

China - January 4 2019 Employer of the month. Staff at a hair salon in Wuxi in Jiangsu province, China, were expected to sell a quota of hair products each day. If they...