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Archive for January 2017

Myths About Age Discrimination

While no employee should be subject to discrimination, there are misconceptions about certain discrimination laws that can lead to problems, especially in less common types such as age discrimination. If you believe you have been the victim of employment discrimination, you should be aware of what is truth and what is myth.

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State & Federal Laws for Racial Discrimination Cases

Being the victim of alleged racial discrimination is something no one should ever have to experience. However, if you do ever find yourself victimized by racist policies or people, it is imperative to know your rights and your responsibilities. One of the primary questions you may ask yourself is under which law you might have…

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What Is Constructive Discharge?

Every working person knows what being discharged means. However, what many are unaware of is that one need not be told “You’re fired” in certain terms to consider themselves terminated. There is a concept in civil law that refers to constructive possession, or constructive termination, or so on. In this context, constructive means something that…

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Disability Discrimination in the Workplace

Despite the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990, disabled workers routinely experience discrimination in every aspect of employment nowadays. A myriad of issues may present themselves, especially in hiring, but none of it takes away from the fact that if a disabled applicant is qualified, they should be given equal consideration…

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Spotting Religious Discrimination in the Workplace

Some forms of discrimination are easy to identify and combat, such as street harassment or verbal attacks. Other forms, like religious discrimination in the workplace, can be much more insidious and difficult to spot. This can lead to employees feeling gaslit and confused about which types of conduct are acceptable and which are not. Here…

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