Four supervisors rack up $454,000 retaliation bill

Often, an employer's good-faith efforts to comply with federal discrimination laws are helpful for completely avoiding liability for the acts of a rogue employee or at least avoiding punitive damages if liability is established. An employer must do more than just adopt a discrimination policy and educate employees about it, however. Efforts to enforce the policy must follow, as a recent case from the Tenth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals demonstrates. The Tenth Circuit decides federal cases from several western states, including New Mexico. Read More...