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Workplace Harassment Claims- What Employers Need to Know

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Harassment in the workplace has risen to the forefront in the media, and employers are (rightfully) concerned about how to protect their employees and businesses from workplace harassment claims. Employers want to know what exactly harassment is and how to prevent it. Some employees may complain of conduct that meets the common-sense definition of harassment,…

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Employment Law: What is a Right to Sue Letter from the EEOC?

Right to Sue letter from EEOC

In most federal employment discrimination cases, before an employee can file a lawsuit against his or her employer, the employee is required to exhaust administrative avenues by filing a charge of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Once the complaint is filed, the employer is on notice that any negative actions against the…

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How NC House Bill 2 Affects Employees & Businesses

NC House Bill 2

You might have noticed one of the topics taking over your social feed this week has been the #WeAreNotThis hashtag. And, while many are using this trend to discuss the implications this has for the transgender population (as reported by the Charlotte Observer), there are also broader implications from North Carolina House Bill 2 that have serious legal implications…

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How to Spot Pregnancy Discrimination

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As a pregnant employee, it is important to know your rights. Pregnant employees gain protections from the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA). The PDA states you cannot be discriminated against in the workplace because you are pregnant as long as you can still do the most important aspects of your job. Being discriminated against in the…

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