Ten Human Resources Steps that WILL save you!

As I was teaching my HR certification class on Saturday we talked about the issue of how HR is to respond to an employee revealing information about actions that could be damaging to the company, but then asking HR to keep it confidential. Of course, HR cannot do that. They have an obligation to investigate. …

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Retaliation is a big deal to the EEOC

On September 7, 2016 I wrote Guarding against retaliation is a much more active process now! Since then I have read some additional material that certainly indicates that retaliation is a very big deal to the EEOC. The EEOC has even prepared suggested steps that employers should take to insure they do not engage in …

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Proving my point on retaliation

Just after yesterday’s blog post on What retaliation in the workplace may look like was published I received an announcement of an EEOC suit that confirms what I was talking about. Harassment and retaliation According to an announcement by the EEOC published on December 8th “Mayflower Seafood of Goldsboro, Inc., violated federal law by subjecting …

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What retaliation in the workplace may look like

If you have read any of my blogs you know that I have written a number of times about retaliation in the workplace. I recently listened to a webinar presented by my friends of the Atlanta office of Freeman, Mathis & Gary. In their presentation they had a slide that delineated the most common complaints …

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