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Category: Workplace Discrimination

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The most common type of workplace discrimination

Workplace discrimination can take many different forms. Some workers find that they are unable to thrive in their workplace because they are discriminated against due to disability, age or race. However, the most common form of workplace discrimination is due

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Workplace discrimination charges made against company

Many behaviors in the workplace could be considered to be against the law in Missouri and elsewhere around the country. Workplace discrimination occurs when an employee is treated unfairly because of their age, race, gender, nationality, religion or disability. When

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Roundup of EEOC discrimination settlements

If you are routinely discriminated against at your job, it may seem hopeless. There is great power disparity between you and your employer. Sure, you could file a discrimination lawsuit, and you are nominally protected but the reality is that

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Disability discrimination basics

The Federal government prohibits employers from discriminating their employees on the basis of race, religion, sex or disability. Disability discrimination is the unfair treatment towards a person because of their disability. The law does not force employers to hire disabled

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5 things not to do regarding workplace bullying

In all of the cliches, bullying happens in middle school. The bully is the bigger kid taking the smaller kid’s lunch money or the football jock picking on the kids in the band. Cliches don’t always tell the whole story,

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Missouri settlement revealed in DOC-discrimination case

The Missouri Department of Corrections (DOC) has issued its latest settlement to settle allegations of harassment, lewd comments, vulgarity, and debasing behavior. This latest settlement, for $165,625, is the latest in a string of cases against the DOC. Last year,

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Fashion and free speech: the employer dress code

At first, it may sound like a ridiculous problem, suing your employer for not allowing you keep your dreadlocks. But the matter was sufficiently serious that it went all the way up to the 11th Federal Circuit of Appeals. Back

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Former Versace employee files suit

A former Versace salesperson is filing a lawsuit against his former employer. The plaintiff alleges a culture of discrimination against him and African American customers. He charges the company with creating these conditions and encouraging them. This post will go

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Combatting the workplace bully

Bullying isn’t limited to the schoolyard. It can be experienced in multiple environments throughout your life. When it happens in personal situations, such as with a stranger or even a family member, you may be willing to aggressively stand up

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