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- HIV/AIDS Discrimination
Since the condition first entered our national consciousness in the early 1980s, Americans’ perception of individuals living with HIV/AIDS and the resources available to these individuals have progressed tremendously.
- Disability Discrimination in the Workplace
Individuals with disabilities have much to offer in the workplace. With accommodation, people with mental or physical impairments can be gainfully employed, providing invaluable skills, experience, and knowledge to the American workforce.
- Legality of Monitoring Employee Movements
There is a gray area about monitoring employee movements and action in a company building. While his or her actions may be used against him or her when illegal acts or those in direct conflict with job duties transpire, he or she is still permitted a certain amount of freedom when in the workplace.
- Sexual Harassment Laws in New Jersey
Much like at the federal level, sexual harassment is prohibited by the state of New Jersey. It is quite important for you to know your rights in case you become a victim of sexual harassment.
- New Administration and LGBT Workplace Protection
Even before the new administration took office in January, there has been concern over the future of the 2014 federal order that provides workplace protection rights to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.
- Employment Discrimination – What Is Harassment in the Employment Context?
Discrimination comes in many forms. When applied to employment, it has a special context. This means that there are laws that protect employees, and specific stipulations govern what is considered employment harassment and what is not.
- What All Employees Should Know About the ADA
How Disabilities Are Covered Under Federal Law
- Americans With Disabilities Act
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 is a civil rights law prohibiting discrimination against disabled individuals in every aspect of public life.
- Employee Discrimination
Anyone who has felt the sting of discrimination knows the injustice of the act is unlike any other. Discrimination can leave a person bewildered, uncertain of themselves, and disheartened.
- What Does the ADA Require for an Employment Accommodation?
The federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides protections for disabled workers. One of these protections include providing a reasonable accommodation to applicants and employees.