There’s lots of good content that is out there in the blogosphere and I thought I would pass along a few of the noteworthy entries I’ve read this week.
- Michael Moore over at the Pennsylvania Employment Law Blog has a great recap on the fallout of this week’s sexual harassment case with his own tips on investigation.
- Will Schendel over at the Alaska Employment Law Blog has chimed in as well and points readers to a lack of standards in some other standards for how to deal with sexual harassment investigations and training.
- Kris Dunn, over at the HR Capitalist, has a fascinating look at a EEOC-filed case where the employer allegedly required employees returning to work after a sick leave to sign a release allowing the employer access to their physician records.
- Workplace Horizons has a detailed summary of what’s going on with the pay discrimination legislation pending in Congress.
- Fisher & Phillips has an interesting look at sensitivity to fragrances and whether that can constitute a disability.
Lastly, I strongly recommend using an RSS feed reader, like Google Reader, to broaden your reading and save time. I’ve written a "how-to" article to make it easy. Google Reader is also now out of beta and its a great tool for people unfamiliar to RSS feeds. It’s the best way to keep up with all that’s out there.