Some Tips to Prevent Employment Discrimination Lawsuits teaches employers a faith-based (Judeo-Christian) strategy to help increase productivity and reduce litigation. Filled with excellent, innovative practical tips, the book teaches employers how to prevent race discrimination, gender discrimination, age discrimination, religious discrimination, disability discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination, genetics discrimination, and sexual harassment in the workplace; how to reduce the number of, and dollar amount of, discrimination lawsuits brought by employees against employers; and how to reduce legal expenses in these lawsuits. In addition to legal tips and practical tips, Robinson includes some biblical passages he thinks can, if employers keep them in mind, help employers achieve these goals.
Robinson addresses many difficult questions: Should employers be race-conscious and gender-conscious when hiring and managing employees, or race-blind and gender-blind? Should employers be more lenient with aging and disabled employees than with other employees, or treat everyone the same? Do laws that protect gays from discrimination in the workplace conflict with, or comply with, biblical teachings? And many other important questions on the minds of managers today.