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Author: Kate Bischoff

Kate Bischoff An enthusiastic management-side attorney and SHRM-SCP/SPHR-certified human resources professional, Kate advises organizations in a wide range of industries on employment law and employment decisions, from recruitment and workplace culture to terminations. Kate is particularly interested in how technology affects the employment relationship.

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Mr. Damore's folly: Aftermath of a manifesto

August 08, 2017

Yesterday, Google terminated a Googler who wrote a “manifesto” against “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber.”  This is not surprising.  That said, the belief that Google only did so because of its “politically correct monoculture” either fails to see the significant problems in the memo or intentionally glosses over them

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What the 'bathroom bill' means for employment law

May 18, 2016

Ah, the bathroom.  A place of relief and solitude for many, but for the last six weeks, it has been the focus of controversy.North Carolina now requires that people only use restrooms designated for the gender that appears on their birth certificate. Supporters of this requirement claim that without this