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- Gender Discrimination Claims
Gender discrimination claims in the employment context are governed by state and federal laws. Rulings from 2012 and 2015 have expanded the interpretations of legislature on the subject.
- Sexual Orientation Discrimination Is Illegal under Existing Law, Says EEOC
Federal agency says discrimination against LGBT employees is equivalent to sex discrimination.
- Do Small Businesses Have to Give Time Off for Sick Leave?
When the FMLA and the ADA collide, it’s important to know which laws pertain to you
- What Are the Consequences to Lying or Omitting Information on a Job Application?
Although some people may be tempted to embellish their resume to make themselves more appealing to potential employers, doing so can come at a significant risk. Lying on an application or resume opens the applicant up to several serious consequences.
- Was Job Candidate Turned Down Because He Was Too Old?
Tech giant facing lawsuit after taking a pass on older job applicant.
- Change in Pennsylvania Law
Twenty-five percent of Americans are banned from employment opportunities due to their criminal record, specifically jobs regarding the care-taking of older Americans.
- Is Pregnancy a Disability Under the ADA?
Feds issue new enforcement guidelines on pregnancy discrimination.
- Am I Being Subjected to a Hostile Work Environment?
When individuals hear the phrase “hostile work environment,” they may think that this means that a supervisor or owner of a business curses, hurls things at the wall or is intimating to employees. However, in legal terms, this is not the case. Instead, specific legal criteria must be met for a work environment to meet this legal threshold.
- Did Supervisor Manufacture Reasons to Fire Middle-Eastern Staffer?
Man told to ‘go work at 7-11 with your own kind’
- Staffer Fired After Adding Disabled Spouse to Her Insurance Plan
Woman sues employer under association provision of ADA.