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- Indigenous Women Share Perspectives on Violence at United Nations
Women have historically been subjected to legal discrimination based on their gender. With the passage of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C.A. § 2000e et seq.), women are able to use the law to fight sex discrimination in employment, education, domestic relations.
- Male Victims of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
by Grey Law
In 2009 there were almost 12,700 sexual harassment complaints filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Sixteen percent came from men. Even though the total amount of sexual harassment is consistently on the decline, the number of complaints from men have increased over the years.
- Ways to Avoid Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
The government has been consistently aggressive in coming up with measure to help lessen, if not eradicate, sexual harassment cases especially in the workplace. As it is, there have been various labor laws that prohibit such lewd acts but a great number of people are still falling victims to such acts.
- The Perils of Not Hiring an Employment Law Attorney: Cautionary Tales
We see you rolling your eyes. “Oh, go figure, 2 employment attorneys preaching about the ‘dangers’ of not being represented by an employment law firm. Shiver me timbers!” Okay, so that last part got a bit pirate-y, but all we ask is that you please hold your presumptions about what we’re going to say here and why, at least until you’ve finished reading this. Now, BRING ON THE PULPIT!
- Howard University Accused of Disability Discrimination
The ADA is a law that prohibits employers from discriminating against an employee because of a disability. It also requires the employer to provide reasonable accommodations in order for the employee to continue to work. Howard University has been accused of disability discrimination in the District of Columbia.
- Cuomo, Lawmakers Agree on Cyberbullying Bill Requiring School Officials to Respond to Reports
The bill defines cyberbullying as harassment, insults, taunting and threats through social media. One state Senator has insisted that it is essential to include such criminal charge to prevent the increasing numbers of teen suicides in connection to cyberbullying.
- How Employers Can Host A Summer Party Without Getting Burned
by Kurker Law
From Memorial Day barbeques, Fourth of July fireworks, Labor Day soirees and many pub-crawls and Friday afternoon happy hours in between, the summer season offers employees and employers the opportunity to bond outside of the workplace. While these events can serve to strengthen employment relationships and build morale, they also can be a hotbed for employer liability.
- Massachusetts Extends Protection to Transgendered Employees
by Kurker Law
On November 23, 2011, Governor Patrick signed a bill that protects transgendered individuals from discrimination in employment. “An Act Relative To Gender Identity,” makes Massachusetts the 16th state to extend protected class status to its 33,000 residents who identify as transgender. The law will become effective on July 1, 2012. The passage of this bill follows Governor Patrick’s February 2011 executive order prohibiting discrimination against transgender people in state employment.
- Employment Defense Attorneys, NY Restaurant Sexual Harassment Cases
Within the last three years, the federal government has investigated both of Central Park’s landmark restaurants, based upon allegations of sexual harassment. The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is now investigating the famous Boathouse Restaurant, located at the edge of the Lake on the east side of the Park, for allegedly permitting a hostile workplace environment to persist for several of its female employees.
- Effect of New York City Humans Rights Law on Sexual Harassment Litigation
Sexual harassment falls under discrimination, and employers often find themselves treading on eggshells when it comes to sexual harassment.