For the past year the #MeToo movement has altered the landscape of corporate conduct and accountability, not only for senior management but for corporate boards as well, as evidenced by the recent controversy surrounding CBS’s former Chairman and CEO Moonves. Since...
For the first time in decades, school started in Philadelphia on Monday, August 27, rather than the traditional start eight days later on the Tuesday after Labor Day. For many, the earlier start date brings an end to the relaxing days of late August and a rude...
As the #MeToo movement put the spotlight on workplace sexual harassment over the past nine months, it has also triggered an examination of a wide range of employment-related issues. In fact, employers are now on high alert for misconduct and discrimination in their...
Training in the Wake of Starbucks: A First Step in Communicating Corporate Culture, but Not the Last One
Earlier this month, we witnessed a breakdown in corporate culture with the controversy surrounding the arrest of two African-American men at a Starbucks in Center City Philadelphia. The episode, which was caught on video, prompted the hashtag #BoycottStarbucks that...
By signing the Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act into law on Tuesday, New Jersey now has the strongest protections against wage discrimination in the country. What does this new law do? This new law, which becomes effective on July 1, 2018, makes it illegal for employers...
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