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4 Tips for Rebuilding Trust with an Employee After a Discrimination or Harassment Claim

You are deeply proud of your company. But you are equally disturbed by allegations that one of your employees was harassed, discriminated against, or subjected to other bad treatment. These allegations pose challenges for your business on different levels. On the purely tactical side, for instance, you may need to deal with a lawsuit and make urgent changes to your Human Resources processes.
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Nancy Gray

Los Angeles Pays Trash Workers $26M Over Naps

The City of Los Angeles is forking over a ton of dough to trash collectors, after a dispute over workday napping. In August, the city agreed to settle a $26 million suit over the city’s prohibition against trash truck drivers taking naps during their breaks.
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Nancy Gray

UC-Davis Nurse Awarded $730,000 in Whistleblower Lawsuit

A jury has awarded a University of California-Davis nurse $730,000, based on her claims that supervisors had ruined her career after she blew the whistle on an unethical research study. The Sacramento Bee reports that a Sacramento Superior Court jury awarded the verdict in August, after seven years of litigation.
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Nancy Gray

Katherine Heigl Settles with Walgreens Over Use of Photo

Actress Katherine Heigl has settled with drugstore chain Duane Reade, owned by parent company Walgreens, over the use of a photo of the actress leaving one of the company’s stores. The actress took issue with the drugstore chain blasting out a paparazzi photo of her, shopping bags in hand, to its Twitter and Facebook users with the caption, “Even @KatieHeigl can’t resist shopping #NYC’s favorite drugstore.” Heigl did not formally endorse the drugstore, nor did she approve the advertising via Duane Reade’s social media accounts.
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