DETROIT, Dec. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- McDonald Hopkins Labor and Employment chair Miriam Rosen examines a LGBT rights case and the lessons employers must learn from the decision regarding workplace harassment.
In her blog entry, Rosen examines the ruling in the EEOC v. Scott Medical Health Center case and writes, "This victory is significant because it gives the EEOC the basis to continue pursuing LGBT discrimination protections at a time when other federal government agencies may be moving in the opposite direction. In addition, with many well-known companies facing a wave of harassment allegations, this case offers some critical lessons for employers on how to protect against such claims."
To read Rosen's entry and other up-to-date information and insight regarding the labor and employment law topics that matter most to employers, visit McDonald Hopkins' Employer Advocate.
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