The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently clarified that non-employees do not have standing to sue under Title VII, even if they are an object of intentional retaliation.
In Part I, I outlined the EEOC process of investigating a charge of discrimination, and in Part II, I described the steps that an employer
Opening mail and finding out that an employee has filed a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) against your business is as far
Under the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, an employer may not discriminate against an employee on the basis of his or
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals is notorious for being pro-business and pro-employer, and its last week’s ruling in Nobach v. Woodland Village Nursing Center,