Time & Attendance
By Jon Hyman
Nov. 19, 2013
Have you seen the story about the employee at an Ephrata, Washington, Burger King, fired for posting, “Now Hiring Must Be Mexican” on the store’s marquee?
This story is particularly timely, since last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission held a public meeting addressing issues with national-origin discrimination.
The seven speakers highlighted various issues, including the plight of immigrants, harassment, English-only policies, and the challenges facing multi-cultural workplaces.
America’s workforce will continue to personify our melting-pot moniker. Employers need to understand and pay attention to these issues of national-origin discrimination, if for no other reason than the fact that the EEOC is watching, and litigating enforcement actions when necessary.
Written by Jon Hyman, a partner in the Labor & Employment group of Kohrman Jackson & Krantz. For more information, contact Hyman at (216) 736-7226 or email@example.com. You can also follow Hyman on Twitter at @jonhyman.
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