Deck the Halls ... or Not?
As the holidays approach, employees will decorate using religious and secular displays. What if some workers are offended by the exhibits?
Spots in Appalachia and Deep South Score High on LGBT Inclusion
The 2013 Municipal Equality Index holds surprises.
Got Dreadlocks? A Husband? Both Can Test Hidden Bias
Many managers aren’t aware of hidden biases about clothes, hairstyles, height, weight, age, gender and even marital status.
‘Overqualified’: Is It Code for ‘Too Old’?
Interviewers can say things that reveal they think an over-55 applicant may be unadaptable, unproductive, slow to learn, technologically handicapped, overly opinionated--in short, “too old” for a job .
English-Only: Discrimination or Business Necessity?
Panelists at an EEOC hearing debated how to apply anti-discrimination laws when workers are treated differently because of ethnicity, accent or English proficiency.
Stealth Cameras Confront Hidden Biases
Managers: Barrier to Hiring Those with Disabilities