Embedding the Values of Juneteenth into a Culture of Compliance

Most days of remembrance are fairly distant from the world of ethics and compliance.

What Is an Ethics Reporting Hotline? Best Practices for Employers

A key element of a strong compliance program, ethics hotlines play a crucial role in promoting transparency, accountability, and integrity across organizations and industries…

Voting Leave Notices Are Essential For Upholding Employee Rights

U.S. employers are required to post voting leave notices in their workplace or make them available to remote employees. Find notices for CA, NY, and DC.

How to Defend Your Company Against a Discrimination or Harassment Lawsuit

Protect your company’s reputation from wayward employees by ensuring your compliance policies are up to scratch.

Generational Labor Pains

This year’s International Women’s Day theme is Inspire Inclusion –  ‘When we inspire others to understand and value women’s inclusion, we forge a better…

Where Policy Stops and Enforcement Begins

The Dalai Lama’s timeless advice, “Learn and obey the rules very well so you will know how to break them properly,” has been widely…

Are Bots People Too?

Written by ChatGPT… Edited by humans

3 Ways to Avoid EEOC Retaliation Charges

Each year, the EEOC releases updated charge statistics and the charges that top the list tend to reflect what the nation has collectively gone…

Has Title IX Fulfilled Its Promise of Equality?

When Title IX was signed into law on June 23rd, 1972 by President Nixon the promise of equality and change to undo the longsuffering…