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The impossible has happened. A lawyer is doing something for free. Check out Manpower's Employment Blawg: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Employment Law (But Didn't Want to Pay a Lawyer to Ask). Chief Legal Officer for Manpower North America, Mark Toth, selflessly donated billable hours to create his Employment Blawg just to help professionals like you stay out of trouble and gainfully employed.

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Never Ever Retaliate

The Department of Labor has published new FLSA and FMLA Fact Sheets, emphasizing that both laws prohibit retaliation against those who file complaints under either law. Here’s the FLSA sheet and here’s the FMLA sheet. Retaliation has now become the #1 most common discrimination complaint filed with the EEOC. Please please please never ever retaliate. …

The Supremes on Retaliation

The following is everything you could ever possibly want to know about the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Kasten v. Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corporation. The Question Does the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) provision that prohibits retaliation against employees who “file” a complaint cover verbal complaints? The Answer Yes The Facts Kasten was employed in Saint-Gobain’s Portage, …

Big Numbers This Week

First, there was the certification of the largest class-action employment lawsuit in U.S. history. Then, a college agreed to pay $1 million to settle a sex harassment lawsuit. Then another employer agreed to pay $263,360 to settle age discrimination claims. Even a union got into the act, settling a retaliation suit for relatively big dollars. …

Top Ten Employment Suits: #9

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be counting down the top 10 most “noteworthy” verdicts/settlements from the past year, according to the fine folks at Jury Verdict Research. Here’s #9 . . . $4 Million for Blood Test Retaliation In Schumann v. Dianon Systems Inc., a pathologist sued his employer, a health care laboratory, for …

How To Get Sued

One of the best ways to stay out of court is to (1) keep tabs on what sorts of things the EEOC is suing employers for and then (2) don’t do those things. The EEOC announced a whopping 38 new lawsuits this past week. If you’d like to spend more time with lawyers, judges and …

Supreme Court Expands Retaliation Protection

The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that Title VII’s anti-retaliation protections cover employees who answer questions during an internal investigation (Crawford v. Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee). The Facts An employee complained about sexual harassment by a supervisor.  During the internal investigation into the complaint, another employee (Crawford) told the employer …

Racist Rapping Renounced

Novellus Systems, Inc. agreed to pay $168,000 to settle race harassment and retaliation claims brought by an African-American employee who complained that he was subjected to racist rapping by a co-worker. Michael Cooke alleged that the co-worker routinely listened to — and rapped along with – music prominently featuring racial epithets including the N-word.  According to the EEOC, …

Supreme Court Expands Retaliation Protection

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a pair of rulings in favor of employees who faced retaliation after filing race and age discrimination complaints. In essence, the Court ruled that any statute that prohibits discrimination also prohibits retaliation for complaining about discrimination.  In CBOCS West, Inc. v. Humphries, the Court ruled 7-2 that the Civil Rights …

Supreme Court to Rule on Investigation Retaliation

The United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case that will determine whether federal law protects employees who cooperate in an internal investigation. The case involves an employer who conducted an internal investigation into harassment allegations against its employee relations director.  The employer’s payroll coordinator was interviewed as part of the investigation but filed no complaint of her …

Bob Barker a Monster?

Bob Barker is in the employment law spotlight once again. The former Price is Right host is being sued by Deborah Curling, a woman who worked for the show for more than two decades. She alleges that Barker and the show’s producers retaliated against her after she testified against Barker in a lawsuit brought by …