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Author: Katherine M. Bogard

More Than Baby Back Ribs: Chili’s Allegedly Serves Up Sexual Harassment in Colorado

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) continues to aggressively file sexual harassment cases across the country.  Recently, the EEOC filed a federal lawsuit against a Chili’s restaurant in Colorado on behalf of several female servers …

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Retaliation Still Rocking First Place for EEOC Charges Filed

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), the federal watchdog for employment discrimination claims, released their long awaited charge statistics for fiscal year 2018.  As we have written the last three years, retaliation claims continue to …

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News Flash: CHRO Releases Guidance on Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Related Conditions at Work

At the end of April, the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights (CHRO), the Connecticut state agency tasked with enforcing the anti-employment discrimination laws, released new guidance for employers on pregnancy, childbirth, and related conditions at …

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Wait, What? Employees Outside of New York City and New York State Must Receive Sexual Harassment Training Under New York’s New Laws

Employers in New York City may be thinking the new City and State sexual harassment training requirements are no big deal.  You may be thinking: “We just conduct additional training for our New York City …

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