A Charge-d Atmosphere: A Few Pointers When a Current Employee Files a Charge

22-02-2017

Most employers have had to respond to a discrimination charge filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and/or a corresponding state agency. A large percentage of such charges are brought by terminated employees, claiming that a termination was discriminatory. When that happens, employers gather documentation, provide requested information and prepare a position statement. A significant amount of the time, the charge is dismissed and the employer prevails. But some charges are brought by current employees, alleging discrimination in the form of: Failure to accommodate a disability Sexual harassment or an otherwise unlawful working environment due to

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How to Help an Employee With Anxiety
February 22, 2017

Editor's note: Inc.com columnist Alison Green answers questions about workplace and management issues -- everything from how to deal with a micromanaging boss to how to talk to someone on your team about body odor. Here's a roundup of answers to five questions from readers. 1. How can I help an employee who suffers from anxiety? How can I help

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How successful leaders manage conflict
February 22, 2017

When your employees spend nine hours a day, five days a week with one another, there are bound to be conflicts. As a leader you must know the importance of facing these conflicts head-on and resolving them. Separating the problem person from the group is not the best solution. You need to reach the bottom of the issue and solve it in a manner that

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CBI FILES A CHARGESHEET AGAINST AN ACCUSED RELATING TO ALLEGED MURDER OF SMT. SARA SINGH
February 22, 2017

The Central Bureau of Investigation has today filed a Chargesheet against an accused (husband of deceased) u/s 498-A, 302, 201 & 120-B of IPC in the Court of Special Judicial Magistrate, CBI Cases, Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) in a case relating to alleged murder of his wife Smt. Sara Singh.         CBI registered the case on 19.10.2015

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Employee Benefits: ESOPs can be risky but profitable
February 22, 2017

Early in their life cycle, most start-ups encounter cash flow problems. Profits tend to be low or non-existent. At this stage, retaining and motivating key employees who can help the company grow also becomes a challenge as such ventures lack the resources to offer compensation that is at par with industry standards. Granting employee stock

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No — I Won’t Complete The ‘Confidential’ Employee Survey
February 22, 2017

Dear Liz, I work for a VP who is very smart and capable but also has some massive leadership issues. He is brash and often impolite. He gets into arguments with the other VPs and the CEO. I never know from day to day whether my boss “Tim” is going to settle down and relax or whether he’s going to quit. It’s unnerving but it’s

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Boost Employee Morale – To Boost Your Revenues
February 22, 2017

“Success in business is all about people, people, people. Whatever industry a company is in, its employees are its biggest competitive advantage.” This quote by Virgin Group founder and one of my idols, Sir Richard Branson, succinctly sums up the value of an employee to a company. Employees are the living, beating heart of a company.

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