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A woman will serve 25 years in prison for selling footage of a sexual assault of a neighbor's child. We examine the risk.
New guidance from the EEOC explains the relationship between retaliation and the ADA "interference" prohibition. Kirstin Heffner breaks down what managers need to know.
The EEOC sues an employer for terminating an employee who reported wrongdoing to a third party. Jack McCalmon examines how fact-spinning resulted in a lawsuit.
Not every employee or new hire needs to prove he or she has a current, valid driver's license, but you may need to check. Leslie Zieren discusses the nuances.