Bias and discrimination against people with disabilities have not significantly subsided despite the implementation of laws such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), passed thirty years ago. The result being that disability bias remains a significant issue in many workplaces and society as a whole.
New DOJ Antitrust Guidelines on Corporate Compliance Programs On homage to Sonny & Cher’s anthem to continuing change, let’s look at some new and some updated expectations in the new DOJ Antitrust Division’s July release of its Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs in Criminal Antitrust Investigations. The Antitrust compliance guidelines reinforce the DOJ’s updated guidelines […]
On March 11, 2020, the judge in the Harvey Weinstein case sentenced the defendant to 23 years in prison after his conviction for the sex crimes that, in part, sparked the #MeToo movement and encouraged women to speak out about sexual harassment and other forms of sexual abuse.
Few industries have a greater history of machoism and exploitation of female employees than commercial aviation. Looking back throughout history, you find female flight attendants outfitted in short skirts, pilots bragging about their conquests in various destinations, and an overall attitude of cockpit disrespect toward flight crew. A recent lawsuit filed by a female flight […]