When suffering from type 2 diabetes, you will likely depend on medication to get you through the day. In regard to many of these medications, although you might notice side effects, you probably consider the drugs harmless, and do not worry about the possible effects that they could have on your body.
In the state of Missouri, it is illegal for people to be discriminated against at work because of their gender, or because of their gender identity. However, just because there are laws in place does not mean there are not problems that arise due to gender discrimination. It is, in fact, a huge problem here and across the United States. It is important that those affected know they can take action and stand up for their rights.
Do you have reason to believe you're the victim of workplace bullying? Do you dread the thought of going into work because of one or more abusive people? Has the time come to learn more about your legal rights?
There are many types of surgical procedures that can prevent hernias from happening. While many of these treatments have proven successful, the hernia mesh surgery has been linked to incidents of adverse effects post- surgery.
The cliche of the high school bully is well-known. Read any Stephen King novel with children as the main characters, and it's very likely you'll find a young child, around 13 years old, getting bullied by the older, meaner high school characters.
A report from Restaurant Opportunities Centers United has found that 80 percent of women in the restaurant industry have been harassed in the workplace by customers. This is a shocking number, and a sign that something needs to be done about workplace harassment, especially in the service industry.
In the state of Missouri, it is against the law to engage in any type of discrimination in the workplace. This law includes racial discrimination. It is upheld by the Missouri Human Rights Act, and legally protects discrimination that has a basis in race, color or religion.
For many women in the workplace, gender discrimination stretches beyond sexually inappropriate behavior, affecting their opportunities and privileges in the workplace. While many of the headlines in the last year involve women coming forward to allege sexual misconduct against former employers or colleagues, gender discrimination encompasses many more kinds of unacceptable workplace behavior.
It's one thing if an employee gets sexually harassed one day with unwanted sexualized comments. It's another thing if an employee gets sexually harassed every day for a year with sexual comments, unwanted touching and threats.
When you got pregnant, you wanted to tell all your coworkers. You've never had a problem, and you thought everyone would be happy for you. For the most part, everyone was.