A disability discrimination case has been settled by the EEOC on behalf of Cynthia Dunson, who worked for KFC franchise Hester Foods, Inc. Continue reading “EEOC Disability Discrimination Suit Settles for Employee with Bi-Polar Disorder”
Ginger Pung began working for Regus Management Group in 1991, continuing to receive consistent positive reviews for her position as General Manager. Continue reading “PIP then RIF – A Workplace Sexual Harassment Case”
Kiyoko Rubio was assigned to the Hyatt House Hotel in February, 2016. She worked as a room attendant without incident until June of that year, when she was told she was being promoted to a supervisory role. Continue reading ““Can My Boss Fire Me Because I’m Pregnant?” and Other Pregnancy Discrimination Concerns”
Sexual Harassment: It’s possibly the most serious issue in the workplace. When sexual harassment occurs it disrupts the workplace, is costly in terms of morale/productivity, and leaves emotional (or sometimes physical) scars that can ruin careers. Continue reading “The Signs of Sexual Harassment Are Not Always Obvious”
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Our country is in the midst of turbulent change, particularly regarding social matters. Issues such as racial and gender equality lead the forefront, calling upon those in power (and well, all of us really) to take a stand against civil injustice. Continue reading “To Call or Not to Call – Why You Need a Sexual Harassment Attorney”