Retaliation Is Topic at June 17 Meeting of EEOC

Add workplace retaliation to the list of topics for public discussion by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission next week. The commission announced today that on next Wednesday, June 17, it will hold...
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“Root Causes” of Harassment on Agenda at Next Week’s Meeting of EEOC Harassment Task Force

gBy now just about every employer knows or should know what behaviors constitute workplace harassment under federal law, and their legal obligations to stop it. But what if it were possible to get the...
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Employer Violated Title VII by Denying Bathroom Access to Transgender Employee, EEOC Alleges

Expect more sex discrimination lawsuits filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as reports emerge of transgendered employees being refused equal access to bathrooms by their employers. The...
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How to Grow Your K12 School District’s Community with Better Communication Tools

From email to social media, event registration and online surveys, there are a number of online tools you can use to grow your school’s community and improve communication throughout your district....
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How Mobile Search Can Help Restaurants Find Their Next Great Customer

The way consumers find and choose restaurants has evolved dramatically. When looking for a place to eat, consumers will search on search engines like Google, look for nearby locations with apps like...
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How Restaurant Groups Can Take Control and Reach New Customers

If your restaurant doesn’t accurately appear in local search results, you’re missing out on new business.Ensuring that your restaurant appears in local search results is a crucial task....
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How to Manage Communications Effectively within Your K12 School District

With 9 schools and 6,200 students in the district, communicating with the Lakeland community was no small task. The district was able to reach more parents with Constant Contact’s partner program....
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5 Steps to Improve Your K12 School District’s Communication Headaches

How would you grade your school district on its ability to communicate effectively? If you’re still relying on “old school” methods of communication, there’s a good chance you have some...
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Rotten Dough: EEOC Sues Illinois Bakery for Allowing Harassment Against Black Employees

Two mistakes employers make when it comes to workplace harassment is (1) not being aware it is going on, and (2) doing nothing to stop it when it is brought to their attention. According to an EEOC lawsuit...
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Drug policy keeping up with changing pot laws? A checklist

States’ legalization of marijuana has made creating effective drug policies a nightmare. Thankfully, new guidance is here to help.  The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine...
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