Employment Discrimination & Harassment

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Gender Discrimination in the Workplace
It is illegal for employers to discriminate based on sex (including pregnancy) or to make job decisions based on stereotypes about gender. ... Read more

Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace
Employers must treat pregnant employees like other employees who are similarly situated in their ability to work. ... Read more

Equal Pay for Women in the Workplace
Employers must pay men and women equally for doing equal work. ... Read more

Employment Discrimination Based on Genetic Information
Employers may not make job decisions based on an employee's genetic information. ... Read more

Filing an EEOC Claim for Discrimination or Harassment
You must file a charge of discrimination with the EEOC before you can file a lawsuit against your employer. ... Read more

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We review Severance Agreements and advise clients on what is or is not appropriate. Please call to discuss. Ed Dimon 732-797-1600

You should speak with an Ohio wage and hour attorney. It is possible you are not being paid for all of the time you should be compensated for. Many attorneys offer free consultations and work on conti ...Read more

You should speak with an Ohio employment attorney. If you failed the drug test regardless of when it was taken, they likely had grounds to terminate you.   Ohio employment lawyer www.mcoff ...Read more

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New Overtime Rules Closer to Reality – Or Are They?

On March 14, 2016, the Department of Labor (DOL) forwarded to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) its final changes to proposed revisions to the rules that determine which employees are exempt f ... Read more

Philadelphia Employment Lawyers: Employers have Privilege when Providing Re

On June 28, 2016, the Third Circuit ruled in favor of employers who sought a conditional privilege when providing employee references to other employers. In Bentlejewski v. Werner Enterprises Inc., No ... Read more

Philadelphia Employment Lawyers: Discrimination Claims Dismissed for not Me

In a recent Third Circuit opinion, the Court ruled that Susan Vangjeli, a former municipal library guard at the Philadelphia Free Library did not properly raise her discrimination claims as required b ... Read more

Philadelphia Employment Lawyers discuss the Growing Problem of Classifying

Employers continue to face legal trouble over whether some of their employees are independent contractors. From an employer’s perspective, this is an important issue with financial consequences. ... Read more

Philadelphia Employment Lawyers: Casino EEOC Claims Settlement

Colorado casino-hotel, Reserve Casino Hotel, has agreed to pay $250,000 to four women to settle allegations that the casino refused to rehire them on the basis of their age, gender or both, when the c ... Read more

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