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The H-1B visa is a temporary work permit given to foreign workers in a specialty occupation. The process is highly political and has been subject to discussion in the most recent presidential election. Employers who discriminate against U.S. candidates in favor of those with H-1B visas are subject to prosecution by the Justice Department. But […]

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In the last few months, the #MeToo movement has brought to light many shocking cases of sexual abuse and harassment by powerful figureheads in media, government, and much more. One of the most horrific was the abuse by Larry Nassar, a former physician for the US Gymnastic Team and Michigan State University. What makes his […]

The holidays have a magical way of bringing people together, and the workplace is no exception. Many companies organize holiday celebrations where rules are relaxed and coworkers can fraternize with peers, bosses, subordinates and sometimes customers. These festivities are the subject of movies like Office Christmas Party (2016) and episodes from TV shows like The […]

Over the weekend, famed New Orleans chef John Besh alleged harassment of employees was chronicled by the Times-Picayune. The allegations against Besh Restaurant Group, which employs thousands and spans across numerous restaurants throughout the country, came down just after a flood of allegations against former Weinstein Company executive, Harvey Weinstein. Social media posts, articles, and […]

Imagine your work day starts like any other. You get to the office, but when you reach for your key or badge to enter it isn’t there. For some Wisconsin employees, this situation would not induce panic. That is because a Wisconsin-based employer is now offering employees the option of having a microchip implanted in […]