When Should You File A Complaint In The Workplace

If you feel that you have been violated of anything in the workplace that you believe is illegal, the first thing you should do is contact an employment law attorney to verify the situation. There have been some cases were an employee has wrongfully accused of their employer of a wrongdoing that was actually legal. […]

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Understanding Race Discrimination

Race discrimination in the workplace is something that should not be taken lightly. With all the forms it may come in, it is essential for you to know if you are being set at a disadvantage solely based on your race. Here a few common ways to tell if you are being discriminated based on […]

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Employment Laws That Protect You From Discrimination

There are several federal laws in place that were created to protect employees from various types of discrimination and wrongful termination in the workplace, including the following: Color Race National Origin Religious Beliefs Gender Age (only for employees 40 and older) Disability Due to pregnancy, child birth, or other medical related issues Citizenship Genetics In the […]

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Understanding Employment Law

It is important to know the difference between what is appropriate behavior for work and what should be saved for post work conversations. Being approached by another employee or higher in the workplace up can put you in an awkward situation if they say the wrong thing or if their comments are taken the wrong […]

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Understanding All the Forms of Discrimination In The Workplace

Discrimination can come in many forms, especially in the workplace. It is essential for you to know the many forms discrimination can come in your workplace and what you can do about it. Discrimination is prohibited in all aspects of the workplace, whether it occurs in the hiring process, day-to-day work, or termination. It is […]

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EEOC Settles 45 year old Race Discrimination Case for 1.65 Million Against Sheet Metal Workers’ Union

The EEOC announced on April 13, 2016 that it reached a partial settlement of a race discrimination claims made against Local 25 of the Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association and its associated apprenticeship school. The lawsuit was originally filed in 1971 in the Southern District of New York by the Department of Justice. The EEOC replaced the DOJ in […]

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