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Taking Shots

One hallmark of bad management is the failure to take ownership of decisions (e.g., a second shift supervisor blaming superiors for unpopular policies or protocols). But what if bad management

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EEOC Updates COVID Guidance

While COVID has seemingly become an afterthought for many, the EEOC recently updated its guide relative to the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and other EEO laws. Key updates include reevaluation

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Grounds for Organizing

To follow-up on prior coverage of unionization efforts and potential National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) violations, it was recently reported that Starbucks has lost 16 out of 17 NLRA cases,

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Non-Compete Agreements Update

NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abrusso recently sent a memo to regional directors and other officers to express her view that non-compete provisions in employment contracts and severance agreements violate the

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Musical Misogyny

The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco recently opined that sexually derogatory music can “foster a hostile work environment that constitutes sex discrimination,” vacating a prior decision

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More Corporate Controversy

After political assaults on the likes of Bud Light, Target, and others, conservative stalwart Chick-fil-a is one of the latest companies to become subject to politically charged backlash after rolling

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