EEOC commissioner on what’s driving the ‘explosion’ of mental health discrimination claims

Keith Sonderling advised CHROs at HRE’s Strategy Summit about the rise of mental health discrimination claims amid return-to-office mandates.

How HR can navigate today’s uncertain legal DEI landscape

As activist groups pursue lawsuits against corporate diversity efforts, here are guideposts from employment attorneys for HR to consider. 

A new federal pregnancy law is now in effect; what HR needs to know

The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act shifts hardship proof from employee to employer, giving pregnant workers a legal advantage.

Why hair discrimination should be the next focus for DEI progress

As state legislative support for the Crown Act grows quickly, employers need to catch up, one expert says.

What HR needs to do to combat the age-old ugly narrative of antisemitism

A new survey shines light on the pervasiveness of bias against Jewish people in the workplace.

Can HR get ahead of rising whistleblowing, ageism complaints?

Legal experts predict challenges will come with the graying workforce and increasingly litigious society.

HR Tech Conference to require COVID vaccines this year

The new policy is designed to ensure the health and safety of all participants.

HR Tech Conference 2021: Looking ahead to ‘finally getting back to our lives’

Conference chair Steve Boese reflects on pandemic-era HR tech–and looks to the fall in-person event.

HR Tech Number of the Day: HR Tech Conference tracks

The event explores the latest trends in AI, wellbeing, DE&I and more.

HR Tech Conference is back in person this fall. Here’s what’s on tap

Pandemic-driven innovation will be showcased at the Las Vegas event.