Did you know?
- California, Minnesota, Rhode Island and New Mexico are the only states to include transgender as a protected class under the state sexual discrimination statutes?
- Under Title VII, employers can be liable for the conduct of non-employees?
- Employers may be liable for a defamation claim if the investigation into alleged sexual harassment was recklessly conducted?
- The EEOC recently announced it had settled a major race discrimination lawsuit against a large hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip for over $1 million?
- An attorney who directly participates in the fact-gathering investigation may be disqualified from acting as the employer's advocate?
- A court in Texas recently affirmed an $8 million verdict in punitive damages against a company for "fostering a corporate culture" of sexual harassment?
- In 2002, approximately 15% of all sexual harassment claims were filed by men?
- California is one of eight states to include protection from discrimination for sexual orientation?
- The EEOC recently announced a $3.5 million settlement of an employment discrimination lawsuit against an AZ company in which 35 female and Hispanic low-wage workers were subjected to widespread sexual harassment, national origin discrimination, and retailiation?