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Jan
17
Most people are guilty of speaking without thinking from time to time. However, the words you use to communicate with applicants and employees can have major ramifications on you and your business.
Jan
10
Employers should be aware of a large sexual harassment settlement in Arizona. U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Arizona Civil Rights Division of the Attorney General’s Office (ACRD), filed suit on behalf of numerous female empl…
Jan
3
We just wanted to say thank you to all of our readers, it is truly a pleasure to write these blogs. As 2018 begins, here are some matters employers will want to keep an eye on during the upcoming year.
Dec
18
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Joan N. Feeney has ruled that an at-will employee who filed a whistleblower complaint against her employer was entitled to severance and can seek benefits against the employer’s Chapter 11 (bankruptcy) estate.
Dec
6
The phrase “legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason” is a Defendant (employer)’s best friend in employment discrimination cases. In cases where there is no direct evidence of discrimination, which is virtually all discrimination cases, the Cour…
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