Employers, beware: Facility issues may result in violations of Title VII

by Jacob M. Monty

Many employers are aware of the serious problems that can arise if workers and supervisors engage in racially or sexually motivated taunts and speech. However, few employers realize that they may need to worry about the design and condition of their facilities. The facilities of a now-closed Sara Lee factory in Paris, Texas, reportedly cost the company $4 million in a settlement with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)Bathroom sign

Don’t do it like Sara Lee

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Nobody’s perfect: Unconscious bias at work

September 10, 2017 - by: admin 0 COMMENTS

by Lisa ChapmanDiversity Insight unconscious bias 2
Royse Law Firm, PC

Whether you work in an office or not, you should care about harassment in the workplace. It can be verbal or nonverbal, and the perpetrators often aren’t fully aware of the negative implications behind their words or actions. Whether we’re on the receiving end of the harassment or the ones making the comments, the way we conduct ourselves at work and in life has a direct impact on the reputation of our company and the individuals who comprise it.

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