Retaliation Claims Up, Again.

Yesterday, the EEOC released enforcement and litigation data for fiscal year 2015. The report includes detailed information about almost 90,000 charges of workplace discrimination received by the EEOC during the year.  According to the EEOC, retaliation claims increased by nearly 5% and continue to be the most common type of charge filed by employees.  Charges… Continue reading Retaliation Claims Up, Again.

A 10 Million Dollar Lesson about Perception

Occasionally, when an employee returns to work with a full release, an employer will have doubts about the employee’s ability to perform their job and question whether the employee is really able to return to work. The employer might be worried about additional risk if the employee is injured again or injures someone else.  Employers… Continue reading A 10 Million Dollar Lesson about Perception