Business Management Daily (04/16/12)
Experts say employers can minimize the risks of litigation, avoid monetary losses related to lawsuits and lost productivity, and show employees they are valued by posting all promotion openings. In the case Culver v. CCL Label the Sixth Circuit dismissed an employer’s claim that a female employee could not sue for sex discrimination because she did not apply for the promotion, stating that employees can sue for missed opportunities if they are unaware of promotion openings. Although the employee ultimately lost the case because she could not prove that she was as qualified as the male co-worker who won the promotion, the company spent a lot of time and money on the case.
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