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Category: Employee Rights

We fight for victims’ full and fair recovery in employment law, harassment, sexual abuse and personal injury cases.

10 Things Your Employer Can’t Legally Do

Employers in every sector of the economy in Missouri have a certain set of laws and regulations that they must abide by in order to foster a safe work environment for their employees. If you know of an employer engaging

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How Can a Gender Discrimination Lawyer Help You?

Have you experienced gender discrimination in your workplace? Are you seeking representation from a qualified Missouri gender discrimination lawyer? Here’s how our team at Holman Schiavone Employment Law & Personal Injury in Missouri can help. How Can a Gender Discrimination

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What Qualifies as “Employment Discrimination” in Missouri?

Discrimination in the workplace is unfortunately very common in America, and the state of Missouri has one of the highest percentages of reported discrimination cases in the nation. However, because workplace discrimination is typically underreported, there are many more cases

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5 Ways a Gender Discrimination Attorney Can Help You

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a trailblazer for gender discrimination, and in the years since she won her first gender discrimination case, there have been significant advancements in the legal field – including precedent for protected classes, such as women. A

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What Does an Employment Lawyer Do?

Employment law can be extremely complicated, as it encompasses a variety of legal services for both employees and employers. So, what does an employment lawyer do? They do just about anything you can imagine to protect your rights as an

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Employers sometimes hide discrimination as downsizing

Federal law prohibits employers from discriminating against employees based on certain protected characteristics. Gender, religion, race, national origin and age for those over 45 are all personal factors that should not influence employment decisions or career possibilities. People should receive

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The history of workers? compensation explained

Prior to the creation of workers? compensation, employees were left with few options if they suffered an injury on the job. They could try and negotiate a settlement with their employer, or they could file a lawsuit. Under the first

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