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Workplace Discrimination May Not Be as Obvious as You Think

As we discussed recently on the blog, workplace discrimination is still rampant across America’s places of employment. This discrimination can take many forms, effecting those of certain genders, races, and religions, just to name a few of the protected classes.

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Allegations of Racial Discrimination Persist in 2021

Is racial discrimination in the workplace a thing of the past? Unfortunately, not. Despite federal law prohibiting racial discrimination in the workplace, allegations of such actions continue to exist.

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Sexual Harassment Allegations Pervasive at McDonald’s

In Georgia and across the nation, sexual harassment allegations continue to be a problem despite greater attention paid to it and more avenues available for victims to lodge complaints. There are certain segments of the working population who face greater vulnerability for this type of behavior.

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Understanding Age Discrimination in The Workplace

An employee with years of experience should be seen as an asset who can give a company a competitive advantage and bring a wealth of knowledge to the field they work in. Instead, sometimes these older, experienced employees can face age discrimination.

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Police Chief Removed in The Wake of A Sexual Harassment Suit

A town in Georgia took the first step in firing its police chief after three females who were at one time part of filed suit.

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Workplace Discrimination Is an Ongoing Problem, Poll Suggests

Discrimination in the workplace based on race, color and national origin, among other protected categories, is illegal in Georgia and across the nation. Federal law protects workers rights in such situations.

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DOL Guidance for Notices in The New Remote Workplace

Running a business has many pitfalls, but 2020 may be the biggest pitfall of all. Many workplaces transitioned entirely out of the office, something that may have never even been contemplated. Many of these employers may have wondered if their required employee notice requirements changed as well.

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Key Employment Law Decisions in 2020 Impact Discrimination Cases

Employment disputes in Atlanta and throughout Georgia can present challenges to employers and employees alike.

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Pregnancy Discrimination Act: What You Should Know

Pregnancy discrimination occurs when an employer treats a female applicant or employee unfavorably because they are pregnant. Pregnant women in Atlanta and across the U.S. are protected from discrimination because of an amendment to the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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Laws to Protect Minimum Amount People Can Earn at Work

There are many different types of businesses in Georgia that provide many different products and services to the people of the state. These businesses also provide many jobs as they need employees to sell their products and services to the public.

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