Last month, as a follow-up to recent Supreme Court affirmative action rulings, we explored the reasons to adopt diversity practices in your workplace and how to implement a diversity program. This month we’ll look at best practices to help ensure your diversity program is successful and legal.
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An employee is accused of violating a company rule, and after investigating you decidetermination is appropriate. The worker continues to claim innocence and accuses you of unfair treatment. Typically their next step would be to call a lawyer or complain to a government agency.But some employees now have another option: peer review by a committee […]
You notice a strange odor as you walk by an employee standing on the street in the smokers’ area outside the entrance to your building. Then you realize the person is smoking marijuana. You may think you have clear grounds for discipline, termination or even calling the police. But taking action against the worker could […]