What’s Next after the Chabad of Poway Shooting?

June 5, 2019

Just a month after the arson and vandalism at Dur-ul-Arqam mosque in Escondido, California, another attack left one dead and several injured at Chabad of Poway in San Diego. A nineteen-year-old white man, John Earnest, was identified as the shooter. Earnest is also being charged in connection with the aforementioned arson. Now, and in the […] Read More

Supreme Court Will Decide LGBTQ Employment Discrimination Cases in 2020

May 26, 2019

In the fall of 2019, the Supreme Court will hear several cases involving LGBTQ discrimination in the workplace. This is notable for many reasons, not least of all considering the new composition of the Supreme Court. No LGBT-related cases have been heard by the Supreme Court since Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement, whose seat […] Read More

Workplace diversity may result in employee bias

April 28, 2017

In their efforts to build a better future for their companies, businesses may hire employees from different ethnic backgrounds and experiences. Some of the existing employees may not react well to change — they may have been happy with the way things were. In fact, this new management decision might pose challenges on several fronts […] Read More