Discrimination

Discrimination at Work and the Importance of Hiring a Workplace Harassment Lawyer

According to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, there were 1,206 complaints of workplace harassment filed in the state in 2017. Of those complaints, 33.6% were filed by women, 19.8% were filed by men, and 46.6% were filed by both genders.  Obviously , no one deserves

Discrimination at Work and the Importance of Hiring a Workplace Harassment Lawyer2022-08-19T10:09:41-04:00

How To Find A Lawyer For Workplace Harassment And Discrimination

You might be working in a company or an industry with a "work hard/play hard" culture, and maybe you  really like your job. But what if a coworker makes a vulgar statement at a promotional event for a product that your team has been working

How To Find A Lawyer For Workplace Harassment And Discrimination2022-08-19T10:09:47-04:00

Being Harassed at the Workplace for Being Divorced? Here’s What to Do Next

Even though divorce rates have declined in the United States over the past decade; marital breakups are still quite common. Any individual who has been through a divorce can attest that a divorce affects  every aspect of life. With all the consequences that a divorce

Being Harassed at the Workplace for Being Divorced? Here’s What to Do Next2022-08-19T10:10:14-04:00

Will a Workplace Harassment Lawyer Take Your Case?

Unfortunately, even the most brilliant HR professionals may sometimes miss the common signs of workplace harassment. First of all, it is impossible for an individual to check thoroughly over what all the employees are doing at all times. But, then, employees have guidelines and rules

Will a Workplace Harassment Lawyer Take Your Case?2022-08-19T10:10:21-04:00

US female firefighters fight discrimination with lawsuits

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — The highest ranking female firefighter in Asheville, North Carolina, says she was repeatedly discriminated against because of her sex and fought to keep her job while battling breast cancer.   The first female chief of a municipal fire department

US female firefighters fight discrimination with lawsuits2021-04-16T12:39:04-04:00
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