Not Safe for Work?

Selling Pornos at Work Might Not be Fatal to Employee’s Claim of Retaliation You might think that firing an employee for selling pornographic DVDs at work is a pretty air-tight, legal reason to fire someone. But think again. It is all well and good to have workplace rules and standards. But when those rules and [Read more]

Retaliatory Supervisor + Innocent Decider = Liability

  Employees who stand up against discrimination, or who blow the whistle on other misconduct, often suffer retaliation. If a supervisor personally retaliates against a whistleblower by firing or punishing them, that’s one thing. But what happens when someone farther up the chain makes the official decision to punish? Someone without an established motive to [Read more]