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Can an employee go by John Doe in a workplace discrimination lawsuit?

Can an employee go by John Doe in a workplace discrimination lawsuit?

Worker expresses concerns that being identified by name would subject his family to violence

California company challenges workers’ comp coverage

California company challenges workers’ comp coverage

Concrete supplier argues MRI, arthroscopy weren't 'reasonable and necessary'

Ex-assistant sheriff sues Los Angeles County, sheriff for retaliation

Ex-assistant sheriff sues Los Angeles County, sheriff for retaliation

Plaintiff claims she was demoted for complaining about a deputy beating an inmate

5 pieces of HR advice you should now ignore

5 pieces of HR advice you should now ignore

California execs, HR professionals share the pearls of wisdom they've discarded in 2022

Liberty Mutual SVP: ‘There’s a war for talent’ despite tech layoffs

Liberty Mutual SVP: ‘There’s a war for talent’ despite tech layoffs

Technology Talent Officer breaks down the steps company has taken to reduce turnover

Taking a stand on social, political issues shouldn’t be a ‘marketing tactic’

Taking a stand on social, political issues shouldn’t be a ‘marketing tactic’

California CEO weighs in on Corporate America’s response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade