- Harvard Business Review explained that subtle bias can be even worse than blatant discrimination.
- BLR suggested ways to create a plan for a transgender employee in transition.
- Robin Shea provided some tips on wellness programs after the EEOC published a sample notice to employees.
- Inc. explained why smart women still get sexually harassed.
- The EEOC sued a furniture maker after it terminated a pregnant woman because her position required her to work with lacquer.
- A new lawsuit involving Hyperloop One includes an allegation that the general counsel hung a noose from the cofounder’s chair.
- HR Examiner explained how basic prediction algorithms work and what to look out for.
- Bloomberg described a new app that allows Starbucks employees to swap shifts.
- Cisco announced it will deploy chatbots to help automate basic tasks for small and medium-sized businesses.
- A provision in an employment agreement prohibiting password-sharing became the centerpiece of a Computer Fraud and Abuse Act case.
- The Huffington Post discussed Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies in the workplace and the 74 percent of workplaces interested in the idea.
- The U.S. Council of Economic Advisors warned that positions earning less than $20 per hour may be replaced by robots.
- Josh Bersin set out a plan to measure workplace culture using HR technology.
- SHRM discussed how employees bring cybersecurity issues to work.