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Why sexual harassers keep offending


One major reason why repeat offenders can continue harassing for years: Some employers are reluctant to share information about a sexual harasser because they are embarrassed it took them so long to fire him, said Paula Brantner, a senior adviser at Workplace Fairness, a nonprofit based in Maryland. And they may also be protecting themselves against any potential legal action by current and former employees who may have been harassed.

Today's Workplace more

The pay gap and sexual harassment must be addressed simultaneously

Casey Quinlan

Forced Arbitration Protects Sexual Predators and Corporate Wrongdoing

Emily Martin

Houston hurricane clean-up workers face wage theft and unsafe conditions

Laura Clawson

When VPP Companies Kill

Jordan Barab

In the Courts more

Melendez v. San Francisco Baseball Assoc.

In a wage and hour dispute between a security guard and his employer, the San Francisco Giants, the trial court's denial of defendant's motion to compel arbitration is reversed where: 1) arbitration is not compelled by the collective bargaining agreement; but 2) is required under the Labor Relations Management Act, 29 U.S.C. section 185(a).

October 27, 2017

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In the News

‘Everything is at stake:’ California unions brace for a Supreme Court loss

Expelling Immigrant Workers May Also Send Away the Work They Do

Inside Amazon, Diversity Concerns Flare Up After Harassment Accusations

Post-hurricane cleanup could kill more workers than storms themselves

Invisible women: Domestic workers underpaid and abused

Freelancers Face a Bigger Gender Pay Gap and Most Don't Even Know It

The Wage Gap Is Only Getting Worse, Especially for America's Senior Citizens

Who's the Boss? Union Organizers Target Private Equity Owners

Actresses—and Millions of Other Workers—Have No Federal Sexual-Harassment Protections

A workplace epidemic of bullying LGBT employees

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