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US Supreme Court’s cert denial leaves ADA issue unresolved

US Supreme Court’s cert denial leaves ADA issue unresolved

Leaving unresolved a question that has split the circuits and perplexed employment attorneys, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to decide whether the Americans with Disabilities Act requires an employer to reassign a disabled employee to a vacant position that would have otherwise been filled by a competitive process.

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New Pine Ridge Restaurant settles sexual harassment, wrongful termination claims

Merrill Pine Ridge LLC and Kim’s Wisconsin LLC, both doing business as New Pine Ridge Restaurant in the city of Merrill, settled a lawsuit Jan. 14 alleging claims of sexual harassment and a sexually hostile working environment.

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JOB CITES: The EEOC and you

For employers who have had the good fortune not to face an employment discrimination claim — a development that can seem like a matter of when rather than if depending on how long you’ve been in business and how many employees you have — the dealings with a government agency such as the EEOC can be a daunting proposition.

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EEOC reaches $1 million sexual harassment settlement with McDonald’s

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission reached a $1 million settlement agreement in a lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin against Missoula Mac Inc., doing business as McDonald’s Restaurants.

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Is EEOC following NLRB’s lead on confidentiality in investigations?

Before lawyers had time to digest the recent ruling from the National Labor Relations Board that an employer violated federal labor law by requesting confidentiality from all employees during internal investigations, they faced another question: was the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission taking the same position?

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