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“SHE IS ON MEDICATION” A supervisor asked a contractor to keep an eye on an employee who had yelled and cursed on the job that day and to report back to him about any further incidents. The supervisor then told … Continue reading
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EEOC TO MANAGERS: “ZIP IT!—CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?” MEMBER ALERT! In October, FEDSMILL.com published an article entitled, “EEOC To Managers: Zip It!” It was about various laws that prohibit managers from discussing publicly what they know about an employee’s … Continue reading
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EEOC TO MANAGERS: “ZIP IT!” Loose lips not only sink ships, but they also violate employee rights. EEOC issued two decisions recently where it could not have made it clearer that managers are not to talk about employee EEO complaints.
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