In an earlier post, we told Detroit readers about how actress Jennifer Esposito was placed on leave from her TV show "Blue Bloods" after requesting a reduced work schedule because of complications from celiac disease.
An interesting study has found that women who are sexually harassed are often "double victimized" by friends, coworkers and others who think that the woman somehow "asked for it" or did not do enough to prevent the sexual harassment from occurring.
There are probably plenty of fans of "Blue Bloods," the CBS police drama, here in Detroit. That's why we thought a story concerning one of its stars might be of interest.
Disabled Michigan workers should be aware of a recent ruling that stood for protecting the rights of disabled workers who may be subject to disability discrimination.
Have you seen the music video for "Gangnam Style"? Lots of people in Detroit have.
Earlier this month, it was learned that the commander of the Florida-based warship USS The Sullivans had the dubious honor of becoming one of the 12 or so naval officers who have been stripped of their positions so far this year.
You would think a doughnut shop would be a pleasant place to work. After all, who doesn't like doughnuts? Any Detroit resident who has a stop at a bakery planned probably has a better morning because of it.
In previous posts, we have touched on the Family and Medical Leave Act. This is one of the most important laws for workers, but it's also one of the largest and most cumbersome to apply.
If a Detroit worker performs eight hours of work, then he or she deserves to be paid for those eight hours. That's a basic presumption of employment law, and even of our society in general. It's so fair and reasonable that you would think no one could argue against it.
A story that touches on employment law has grabbed the attention of the national media. Although it has nothing to do with Detroit or Michigan, we thought it might still be worth exploring on our employment law blog since there is a good chance many of our readers have already glanced at the story and have wondered about it.