Retaliation now easier to defend

  As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) published a number of decisions in the last week of June. Yesterday dealt with the definition of a supervisor, today I deal with the decision that made it easier for employer to defend themselves from a claim of retaliation. Retaliation …

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According to the Supreme Court a Supervisor IS….

  In the last week of June, 2013 the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) rendered two employment related decisions that it is important for employers to note. One of these dealt with the subject of retaliation claims. I will deal with that one tomorrow. The other one dealt with the definition of “supervisor.” …

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What Defines a Supervisor?

  Have you ever really thought about the question? Most of us certainly have a notion or loose definition of the term and we probably know one when we see one. Under the current National Labor Relations Board this question has taken on much greater importance than many of us think. So let’s explore what …

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Retaliation for a Claim of Discrimination Is a Big NO-NO

Many smaller company managment teams are not aware that retaliation against someone for filing a claim of discrimination is as bad as the original discrimination. Most larger companies are aware of that, at least the HR people are. However, even larger company HR people may not be aware of how far the “net” of retaliation …

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