myths and fears

Readers may recall that on December 4, 2012 we reported that a staffing agency, Staffmark, sent a woman with a prosthetic leg to work as a temporary SONY employee in
Continue Reading Staffing Agency To Pay $100,000 To Settle For Firing Employee With Prosthetic Leg Because It “Did Not Want Anyone Bumping Into Her”

Our readers know by now that under its Strategic Enforcement Plan (“SEP”) the EEOC is targeting harassment against “vulnerable workers,” such as migrant workers; disability discrimination fueled by

Continue Reading EEOC Wins One, Settles Two In Furtherance of Its “Strategic Enforcement Plan”