Federal courts split over sexual orientation discrimination

By Diane Buisman A recent string of federal appeals court cases regarding sexual orientation discrimination has shone a light on an area of open interpretation under federal law. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, individuals are protected from discrimination based on sex, but the law doesn’t explicitly encompass protection based on sexual orientation. […]

Happy Summer! Employees Aren’t Taking Time Off. Here’s What We Can Do About It.

by Ben Mueller, Namely Time off is a busy HR intersection where personal lives cross paths with business productivity, and trust in your company culture must be the guiding traffic light. Is it any wonder so many employees and companies end up stalled? A 2016 survey released by Namely may reveal the true conflict: Employees want to […]