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Birthday Suit: How Can Employers Defend Themselves Against Sham Retaliation Claims?


An employee sues for retaliation after being denied time off for his birthday. Is this really retaliation? Read more...


Blowing The Whistle On Hiring Policies: What Can Employers Do?

Written exclusively for Chubbworks


Employee complains about hiring policies and is demoted, then terminated. Now, he is a whistleblower. Learn about employer duties toward those who complain. Read more...


Pao Verdict: How Employers Can Still Win With A Jury - Part Two

Jack McCalmon

In Part Two of his analysis, Jack McCalmon examines the surprising defense win in Pao v. Kleiner Perkins and points to what employers can learn and emulate. Read more...



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Latest Numbers

Unemployment Rate

5.5% in Mar 2015

Payroll Employment

+126,000(p) in Mar 2015

Average Hourly Earnings

+$0.07(p) in Mar 2015

Employment Cost Index (ECI)

+0.6% in 4th Qtr of 2014


-2.2%(r) in 4th Qtr of 2014

Source: Department of Labor

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Is "Ban The Box" On Job Applications Right For You?

In a recent poll we asked our readers if their organization has "banned the box" on its job application. Read on to learn the responses and the reason why some are doing it. Read More

Is Banning Social Media At Work The Right Policy For Your Organization?

A state government bans social media use on the job for most employees. Is that the right policy for your organization? Read More

EEOC Bars Owner From Own Business - Can It Do That?

As part of a settlement agreement with the EEOC, pawnshop owner is barred from his store. Can the government kick owners out because of discrimination? Read More