We’ve long known that when employers fail to provide adequate accommodations for breastfeeding, it creates health risks and headaches for nursing employees. But according to a new, first-of-its kind study, the damages can actually extend to mothers’ livelihoods: A whopping two-thirds of cases allegi
New accusations against Oracle America Inc., facing private class claims and a U.S. Labor Department suit, target the tech company’s use of prior salary as a practice that contributes to alleged workplace disparities among women and people of color.
A divided federal appeals court Wednesday issued a broad decision rejecting claims from a lawyer that he should be allowed as a job applicant to bring age-discrimination claims for an in-house position he was not offered. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, sitting en banc, upheld a
Risk-averse by trade, most attorneys easily recognize the line between appropriate and inappropriate professional conduct. But when dealing with clients, law firms are sometimes willing to blur that line.
Numerous women told Corporate Counsel that sexual harassment by clients is not uncommon in the