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Here’s What You Can Do to Build Your Discrimination Case

Workplace discrimination occurs all the time. Unfortunately, the sad reality is that many times when workers, including those in upper management and at the executive level, report discrimination they are retaliated against by their employer.

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Can I Sue My Employer for Religious Discrimination?

A person’s faith is a core part of their identity. Suffering religious discrimination in the workplace is a distressing, traumatic experience.

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Failing to Provide Accommodations Can Be Workplace Discrimination

Living with a disability can present employment-related challenges for a Georgia resident. Although disabled workers can do many different types of work, they are often perceived as incapable by individuals who fail to understand their true qualities and capacities to achieve.

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Retaliation and Whistleblower Claims

Retaliation and whistleblowing are two concepts that are often related in employment law. Separately or together, they can provide important ways for workers to protect their rights.

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What Makes a Termination or Firing Wrongful?

Losing a job can be an overwhelming experience for an Atlanta resident. If they have a family and people depending on them and their income, they can feel both economic and personal stress about their termination.

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What Happens when You Blow the Whistle on Your Employer?

Reporting your employer’s noncompliance with federal laws and regulations, including laws regulations enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, can be intimidating, but you may feel a deep moral obligation to do so.

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Can At-Will Employees Be Wrongfully Terminated?

People in Georgia have many different types of jobs. These jobs have many different types of requirements. People may work in various office settings, work construction jobs, work in the medical field in various roles, be teachers, food service workers, work in retail and many other types of jobs.

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Defining ‘Hostile Work Environment’

Many things can make an employee’s work environment unpleasant, including difficult coworkers, poor management, an unreasonable amount of work, or a lack of opportunities for advancement.

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Women Experience Discrimination at Work in Multiple Ways

There have been major strides taken over the last 100 years to ensure that women in Georgia have the same opportunities in the workplace as men.

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When Must Georgia Employers Pay Overtime Wages?

People in Atlanta are hard workers, and often put in time above and beyond the standard 40-hour workweek. For covered, non-exempt employees, this means they are entitled to overtime pay under federal law. The following is a brief overview of wage and hour laws regarding overtime pay.

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