Time for another installment of quick hits where I share a few stories that I had hoped to write further about and finally concede that, because of time limitations, I probably won’t.
- So, you settle a discrimination case with the EEOC. You’re done, right? Well, not exactly, as this post from the Workplace Class Action Blog details.
- The strange-but-true story of the worker who learned that employees were having sex on her desk and claimed that it was sexual harassment. The Employer Handbook picks up the story from there.
- The new Executive Order ordering federal contractors to not discrimination the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity earlier this week raises a whole host of questions, as the Employment and Labor Insider blog details.
- The Ohio Employer Law Blog has a story this week about, well, what happens when the plaintiff in your lawsuit also turns out to be a prostitute?
- CT News Junkie reports on how Connecticut is delaying collecting some union dues in light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s opinion on the subject.
- While we know that the NLRB takes the position that employees may discuss their salaries with each other, can employers share their salary data with other employers? The Hartford Business Journal has an aritcle that may surprise you.