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Inmate Seduces And Then Sues For Sexual Harassment: Is This Right?


Two female guards have sex with an inmate. They get jail time as a result, and he sues for sexual harassment. We want you to weigh in on this bizarre case. Read more...


Does Safety Ever Trump The ADA?

Written exclusively for Chubbworks


Employer pays to settle a suit when it rejects an applicant as a machine operator who takes medicine for blackouts. How does the ADA address rejecting applicants based on safety? Read more...


Trying To Do Right Leads To A Title VII Wrong? Title VII's Gender Protections Apply To Males, Too.


"Females only" job posting leads to liability. Leslie Zieren highlights the situation and where the employer went wrong. Read more...



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Latest Numbers

Unemployment Rate

5.5% in May 2015

Payroll Employment

+280,000(p) in May 2015

Average Hourly Earnings

+$0.08(p) in May 2015

Employment Cost Index (ECI)

+0.7% in 1st Qtr of 2015


-3.1%(r) in 1st Qtr of 2015

Source: Department of Labor

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Employees Want Health And Wellness Programs- Incentives, Penalties And All

Employees want health and wellness programs, but government agencies continue to send mix signals to employers. Read More

Going From Bad To Worse: How Employers Should Manage Whistleblowers

An employee blows the whistle and then commits suicide. We examine the pressures around whistleblowing and the legal risks. Read More

Equal Pay Act Violations And Title VII Pay Discrimination: Do You Know The Differences?

An employer is sued for $110M for gender discrimination. We explain how the Equal Pay Act differs and how it works in tandem with Title VII pay discrimination. Read More