A Wisconsin appeals court says state labor officials properly determined that Wisconsin Bell's decision to fire a bipolar employee amounted to discrimination.
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Nearly 2,000 women have filed individual employment discrimination claims against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in the aftermath of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision last June rejecting their equal pay and failure-to-promote class action, plaintiffs’ lawyers say.Read More »
The recent ruling from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission holding that transgendered workers can bring employment bias claims under Title VII is a “game changer” in employment discrimination law, and could lead to claims under the Act based on sexual orientation.Read More »
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender groups are praising the recent Equal Employment Opportunity Commission decision in Macy v. Holder (appeal no. 0120120821), to extend Title VII employment discrimination protection to transgender individuals.Read More »
Employment Discrimination; statute of limitations Oral notice that the EEOC has issued a right-to-sue letter is insufficient to trigger the 90-day statute of limitations. “Even if we were to adopt the Ebbert court’s rule, under which an oral communication may ...Read More »