Bloomberg Law Provides Insights from Partner and FisherBroyles’ Employment Counsel Amy Epstein Gluck on The Conundrum Created By Claims That Offensive Music Can Create A Hostile Work Environment Based on Sex.

Feb 14, 2023
  • Employment Law
  • FisherBroyles News

When considering music played at work, employers should not ban types of music, like rap music, which could disproportionately impact other protected classes, but focus on the language in the music.   Read the full article here.

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