Month: December 2020

Fort Hood Report Offers a Peak Behind a Curtain

Enough of COVID as “what really mattered” last week.  For sure we will get back to that soon enough. Now, though, let’s go in another direction, to a problem about human behavior: sexual harassment.  Last week the government decided to release a report of an investigation into sexual assault and sexual harassment at Fort Hood […]

EEOC Guidance on Mandatory COVID Vaccines

Shoutouts to the EEOC?!?  Hey, it’s 2020. The vaccine is newly available in some quarters, plans for distribution are sketchy, employers are beginning to consider whether to insist that employees get shots, and the EEOC is already giving “Guidance” that truly does help explain the tangle of legal considerations.  The Commission has placed the material […]