She didn't win, but she didn't lose.
Is it better for a Massachusetts worker seeking some workplace accommodations to suffer from an overtly evident physical disability or from an ailment that is less noticeable?
In a blog post that is both news-based and highly illustrative of a critically important employment law topic, we discuss today the recent oral argument before the United States Supreme Court focused upon the reason underlying a national retailer's refusal to hire a job applicant.
Excepting the ogres in our midst, we all get that sexual harassment in the workplace -- any workplace -- centrally encompasses all forms of unwanted physical contact. That includes stroking, hugging, kissing and every other conceivable physical act that renders its recipient uncomfortable in any manner.