A recent article focusing on workplace harassment and discrimination discusses various "do nots" that come centrally into play for any worker contemplating a complaint or legal action in response to the conduct of another worker.
President Barack Obama recently took it upon himself to enact new workplace-related law after successive efforts to do so through Congress via the traditional legislative route failed.
A work-related story occasionally surfaces chronicling an employee's near ecstasy with his or her employment and job particulars. Sometimes the worker is described as being so happy that receiving a paycheck just happens to be a happy byproduct of a life spent with the perfect employer.
One might reasonably think that, collectively and across most agencies and departments, the federal workplace comprises a relatively better work environment than is the case generally in the private sector, at least from the standpoint of controlling discriminatory behaviors.
Remember the days when the term "golden parachute" was bandied about in the employment law context far more than seems to be the case these days?