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- Workplace Bullying
A current and hot topic in corporate America these days is that of Workplace Bullying. Workplace bullying has become a very serious problem, affecting a large number of employees across the country. In fact, it not only affects the employees themselves that are on the receiving end of the bullying, but it also naturally affects morale within a company as well as the efficiency of an office.
- Sex and Gender Harassment at Work: What California Employees Should Know
Are you being harassed at work due to your sex or gender? If so, you may be able to file a workplace harassment complaint. Not only does California law protect employees from workplace discrimination and retaliation, but also a variety of forms of harassment in the workplace However, it can be difficult to know what exactly your rights are when it comes to sex and gender harassment in the workplace.
- Woman Fired for Stopping Harasser from Touching Her
Female staffer complained about supervisor’s inappropriate conduct, but company wouldn’t address the problem
- Properly Investigating and Responding to Employee Complaints of Harassment or Discrimination
No employer wants to hear that an employee is alleging that he or she is the subject of harassment or discrimination. But, when it happens (and it likely will sometime), how an employer handles the situation can make the difference between resolving the matter and potential litigation. Here's a roadmap for employers.
- Do Temp Workers Have the Same Rights as Regular Employees?
Chicago staffing firm accused of knowingly placing women in hostile work environment.
- 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.
- 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.
- Which Groups of People Are Protected from Employment Discrimination?
Not all forms of discrimination or harassment are illegal. Simply because a person is singled out because his or her boss does not like him or her, this does not mean that the person has an actionable claim. Instead, the individual must be considered part of a protected class by state or federal law. Additionally, the discriminatory or harassing conduct must be because of membership in this protected class.
- Company on the Hook for $1.5 Million after Ignoring Sexual Harassment
Terminated employees sued for retaliation
- Are There Any Protections for Transgender Employees?
For decades, the federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act has failed to pass, which would sweeping protections to members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in the workforce. Without this law, transgender employees do have some protections, but not as many as people who have been traditionally protected under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.