The office Christmas party season will soon be upon us. While these end of year celebrations offer some hard-earned fun, they can become a headache for HR teams and employers. Read our employer dos and don’ts for the holiday period!
New legislation allows victims of child sex abuse to seek civil damages in federal court no matter how long ago the abuse took place.
Sexual abuse victims who were assaulted as adults will have a one-year window to sue their offender in a civil court.
Zen teacher and author Ezea Bayda and Zen Center of San Diego have reached a settlement with two former students over allegations of sexual assault and harassment.
Tom Farr’s column in The Critic Magazine on how Twitter’s “Paywalled Videos” could open the door to nightmarish content.
Tom Farr’s article in The Critic Magazine flags the problem of child porn on Twitter, and the platform’s failure to act.
McAllister Olivarius’ Tom Farr on the MindGeek, Visa and their ties to online porn.
The EEOC release new guidance that employees cannot be made to take tests that detect COVID-19 antibodies.
The EEOC updates its guidance, reminding employees that federal law still protects them against age, sex, race and national origin discrimination during the pandemic.
James Green breaks down the legal jargon, and explains your employment rights during Covid-19.
Employers who abuse the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will be asked to repay the money and could face criminal action, HMRC warn.
The Supreme Court’s decision left unclear what remedies are actually available to federal workers subjected to age discrimination.