Congress extends paid leave options under Families First Coronavirus Relief Act if employers choose to allow it.
A Charleston nursing student was terminated for reporting he was being harassed at work based on his sexual orientation, according to a new federal lawsuit.
The Tech Safety App can help identify technology-facilitated harassment, stalking or abuse.
Here is an important list for employees and employers: 50 (!) common types of unlawful employment discrimination.
It can be difficult to discuss personal medical concerns at work. Here is an interesting article for employees who are worried about COVID and going back to the office.
When lawyers who typically represent employers write an article to discourage the use of COVID-19 waivers, it is probably worth reading.
What is privacy? Privacy is the right to be left alone.
A Cook County jury’s $2.5 million verdict in a partnership dispute was one of the top 50 verdicts in Illinois in 2019.
The Village of North Riverside, the former mayor and former police chief will face trial on claims they violated Sergeant Frank Schmalz’s First Amendment rights, a federal judge ruled.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act provides 2 weeks of paid leave to eligible employees who need leave because they have been advised by a health care provider to stay home or self-quarantine due to concerns related to coronavirus.