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Archive for March 2020

Greenville County Sunsets Anti-Gay Ordinance

On March 11, 2020, the Greenville County Council sunsetted a 1996 anti-gay ordinance, drawing cheers from supporters in the council meeting. While the council did not pass any kind of affirmative resolution supporting the LGBTQ+ community, the decision is still seen as a victory by adherents, especially at a time where being LGBTQ+ in the…

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Can I Be Fired For My Political Opinion?

With the 2020 presidential campaign under way, it is reasonable to state that tensions are running high. It can feel as if everyone has a different opinion about the best choices for the country. However, it is important to keep in mind that you cannot be fired or otherwise disciplined at work for your political…

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Undocumented In The Workplace: A Balancing Act

Like anyone in the United States, immigrants have certain rights, even if they are undocumented. This extends to the right to work—but it can become very confusing to try and navigate the laws around staying employed, being paid, and collecting benefits. You do not have to put up with harassment or unlawful treatment in the…

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Whistleblower Law 101

Generally, people have an unspoken duty to call out unethical or illegal behavior. However, if an employee finds out that their employer is acting in an illegal or unethical manner, it can be a difficult decision as to whether they should blow the whistle—the employee’s livelihood may, after all, be at stake. If you’re in…

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