For more information please call  800.727.2766


“ We collaborate with employers and employees to build respectful organizations through high-quality training, objective and unbiased complaint investigations, human resources and employment law expert testimony, and a wide range of human resources consulting services. ”

The EPS Team


  • Uber Suspends Its DEI Chief Over Workplace Events

    Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi and its chief people officer announced they asked Uber's head of diversity, equity, and inclusion "to step back and take a leave of absence while they determine next steps." Over the last two months, Bo Young Lee held two events intended to dive "into the spectrum of the American white woman's experience," where employees would hear from white Uber female employees, focusing on the "Karen persona."

  • Biden Administration Releases First National Strategy to Fight Antisemitism

    In December 2022, more than 100 lawmakers sent President Biden a letter asking him to create a national strategy to combat the rise in antisemitism and methods to handle the threats and violence against Jewish communities. Antisemitic incidents are currently at record levels, including violence directed at Jewish synagogues. Biden established a task force to coordinate efforts to devise and implement the strategy.

  • EEOC Finds “Reasonable Cause” For Age Discrimination Claims Against Bowlero

    Since 2016, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been investigating Bowlero, the world's largest owner and operator of bowling centers. At least 73 former employees allege Bowlero fired them because of their age or in retaliation for complaints.

  • Disney Changes Course on New Florida Campus Given DeSantis Charge Against Company

    The Walt Disney Co. announced that it is canceling plans to build a new office complex in Florida that would have cost an estimated $1 billion and moved $2,000 plus Disney jobs to the state. The company cited "new leadership and changing business conditions" in making the change.

  • Rudy Giuliani Sued for Sexual Harassment

    Noelle Dunphy has filed a lawsuit accusing former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani of sexually harassing her. Dunphy handled business development for Giuliani's law firm. She says Giuliani was "constantly pressuring her, making sexual comments, sexual remarks, to her, about her, about himself."

  • Employees Say The Kelly Clarkson Show Is a Toxic Work Environment

    Rolling Stone published a report on eleven The Kelly Clarkson Show employees who claim they are "overworked, underpaid, and that the show was traumatizing to their mental health." The one current and ten former employees do not reveal their identities and say Clarkson is unaware of how unhappy employees are with the working environment.

  • Providing Urgent Maternal Protections for Nursing Mothers Act (PUMP Act) Goes into Full Effect

    In early May, the Providing Urgent Maternal Protections for Nursing Mothers Act or Pump Act that was passed last December, went into full effect. The law requires employers of all sizes to provide a reasonable amount of break time and a clean, private space for lactating workers to express milk for up to one year following the birth of the employee’s child.

  • Charlotte IHOP Sued for Religious Discrimination and Retaliation

    The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against Suncakes, LLC, doing business as IHOP in Charlotte, North Carolina, alleging violations of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act which provides for religious accommodations in the workplace and protects workers from retaliation for their religious beliefs.

  • Menopause Costs American Women $1.8 Billion in Lost Work Time

    In the largest study of its kind in the United States, the Mayo Clinic examined how symptoms typically associated with menopause affect women in the workplace. Of the 4000 participants, 15% of the women reported that they had reduced their hours or had missed work entirely.