McNamee Hosea News & Press — 2015


How a Sexual Harassment Prohibition Policy Can Help a Business

September 2015

At some point within the life of a business it is possible that a legal dispute related to employment will arise. In addition to being disruptive to the business, incidents of this nature can be expensive, both in terms of money and time. These matters can also negatively impact the work environment, decreasing employee morale. This is true in a wide variety of situations including allegations of sexual harassment by employee Full Article
Employer Investigation Vital Following Discrimination Claim

August 2015

When an employee at a business believes that he or she has been discriminated against, that person might report the matter to his or her employer. Once a report is made, the employer needs to commence an investigation into the issue. When doing so, there are certain things the employer should keep in mind to protect itself. Full Article
Dispute Between Companies Resolved Before Trial

August 2015

In our last post, we discussed the fact that employers should take into consideration several things before deciding for or against litigation in the event of a dispute. Failing to do so could wind up costing an employer much more than money. Full Article
When Dealing with Sexual Harassment, One Step Isn't Enough

July 2015

The importance of taking swift and deliberate action in light of sexual harassment claims on the job cannot be overstated. Employers are supposed to take these types of allegations very seriously and make a reasonable effort to investigate the claims and enforce any consequences, if necessary. Full Article