Male HR Manager Takes Down Female Congressional Candidate with Harassment Claim. #metoo

The HR Capitalist

More from the Washington Post : A Democratic candidate hoping to flip a hotly contested congressional seat in Kansas has dropped out of the race after allegations that she sexually harassed a male subordinate resurfaced during her campaign. As warranted by the stupid, inappropriate behavior of some men, the #metoo movement has mostly outed those men for the harassers they are. But now, we have our first public female victim of the #metoo movement.

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Mizzou Football: Leaders Need To Make Sure Urgency Is Obvious to All.

The HR Capitalist

In case you missed it, here's a basic rundown from ESPN : "The president of the University of Missouri system stepped down Monday, and the flagship Columbia campus' chancellor announced he will "transition" into a different position at the end of year amid criticism of their handling of student complaints about race and discrimination. The Tigers' next game is Saturday against BYU at Arrowhead Stadium, the home of the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs.

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Sometimes You Get Sued and Your Best Employees Come To Your Defense.

The HR Capitalist

Here's a basic rundown of what transpired with the help of reporting from the Kansas City Star: 1. Missouri has concluded its Title IX investigation into Earleywine with no finding that he violated federal non-discrimination statutes. Earleywine, a Jefferson City, Mo., It's every manager's worst nightmare. You did the right thing with some problematic employees, but then you got investigated/sued. Getting sued is a scarlet letter.

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“My ‘Involuntary Resignation’ was not accepted as ‘involuntary.’ What do I do?”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Kansas City, Missouri. P.S.: If you would like to obtain a list of five or more experienced, “employee-side” employment attorneys in the Kansas City area, just [ click here ]. Question: Hi, Alan, I submitted my involuntary resignation by email giving detail as to what, why and how my job and the abuse I suffered affected me mentally and physically.

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