Act Without Delay: Defendants Need to Raise Plaintiffs’ Failure to File Charge Early in Litigation

This month’s Legal Corner is sponsored by Jackson Lewis P.C., a preeminent workplace law firm dedicated to providing creative and effective representation of employers on the full range of employment and labor law matters, through offices strategically located throughout the country. By:   Alison B. Crane (alison.crane@jacksonlewis.com) and Priya Khatkhate (priya.khatkhate@jacksonlewis.com), Jackson Lewis P.C., Chicago Office, … Continue reading Act Without Delay: Defendants Need to Raise Plaintiffs’ Failure to File Charge Early in Litigation

Is Sexual Harassment Part of Your Corporate Culture?

By HUB International Being a victim of sexual harassment is demeaning. That’s why as many as three-quarters of U.S. employees that experience unwanted advancements in the workplace ignore it and fail to report the harassment to their superiors. Of those that are silent, it’s estimated that a quarter would rather take a PTO day to … Continue reading Is Sexual Harassment Part of Your Corporate Culture?

Member Spotlight – Eileen Linnabery

Connect with Eileen: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eileen-linnabery-40a1b921/ Profession: Consultant and Coach at Vantage Leadership Consulting What do you find most valuable about your Chicago SHRM membership? The opportunity to attend events and meet new people, as well as the newsletters and updates of information in our field. What are you currently reading, listening to, learning about, professionally or … Continue reading Member Spotlight – Eileen Linnabery

Should HR Look Different in the Summer Months?

The Dog Days of Summer refer to the hottest, most humid days of the year typically July 3 – August 11.  The ancient Romans associated these days of summer with the star Sirius.  Sirius was known as the “Dog Star” because it was the brightest star in the constellation Canis Major (Large Dog).   For Human … Continue reading Should HR Look Different in the Summer Months?