David Robinson, a Practitioner in Residence at the College of business and experienced labor lawyer has recently published a practical guide for managers on how to avoid employment discrimination lawsuits.
Drawing on more than 30 years as a practicing attorney and more than 20 years of teaching in higher education, David has penned "Some Tips to Prevent Employment Discrimination Lawsuits: A Faith-Based Legal Guide for Managers." The book speaks to both the wrongdoers as well as the victims.
Describing the approach he uses in his book Robinson states, "The book tries to change the thinking of employers and employees who have discrimination problems, and tries to inspire rather than threaten and cajole them."
In the book Robinson teaches employers how to run a productive, disciplined workforce without violating discrimination laws; how to prevent discrimination based upon, race, gender, age, religious affiliation, disability, sexual orientation, genetics and sexual harassment.