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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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How Can an Employee Prove Wrongful Termination?

In Georgia, “wrongful termination” is misleading. George is an “at-will” state which means that an employer can terminate an employee for any reason or for no reason.

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Discrimination on The Basis of Sexual Orientation

Can an employer fire an employee simply because the employee is gay? This has been something of an open question for decades.

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Workplace Harassment Can Occur at Home

Over the last few months, telework and working from home offices have dramatically increased. But removing employees from traditional workplaces has not prevented traditional employment law violations from joining a virtual meeting or being part of email received at home offices.

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Understanding, Challenging or Enforcing Non-Compete Agreements

Whether you are an employer or a skilled professional employee, you likely have some experience with non-competition agreements (also called non-compete agreements). There may even be one in a contract you signed or asked employees to sign.

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