When it filed suit earlier this year,  the EEOC issued a press release which stated:  “Once again, an employer involved in the health care field has impermissibly allowed fear and
Continue Reading Health Care Staffing Company’s Refusal To Hire HIV+ Candidate Results In Settlement With EEOC For $85,000

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”

A staffing agency, Staffmark, sent a woman with a prosthetic leg to work as a temporary SONY employee in an Illinois facility which packages and/or inspects Sony products that are

Continue Reading Temp Agency Sued For Firing Employee With Prosthetic Leg Because They “Did Not Want Anyone Bumping Into Her”

I just returned from Washington D.C., having attended last week’s 2012 Staffing Law Conference of the American Staffing Association.

Besides the welcome opportunity to hear speakers from across the

Continue Reading EEOC Commissioner Lipnic Addresses the American Staffing Association’s Staffing Law Conference