Are the “Unemployed” Being Discriminated Against?

The EEOC May Think So! While business owners are painfully aware of the current “Unemployment Crisis”, most may not know about the resulting new form of discrimination, UNEMPLOYMENT.  A new form of discrimination has come to the attention of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC): Discrimination against job candidates that are currently  unemployed. Unemployed job […]

Dealing With Off Duty Employee Conduct: What Can You Do About It?

Imagine that you’ve been provided evidence that your company’s sales manager is dating a sales rep of your company’s biggest competitor. Or that your company bookkeeper has a bottle-of-scotch-a-day drinking habit after work.  Can you fire these workers-or at least ask them to change their behavior-without getting hit with a discrimination or privacy lawsuit? Here’s […]