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Shared Parental Leave Discrimination

Working and parenting are not mutually exclusive. A man or woman can be both a great parent and a great employee. After the birth of a child, either or both parents may take time off work to bond with their baby through parental leave policies in their state and through their employers. After all, while...

Same-Sex Sexual Harassment

When people think of sexual harassment in the workplace, the typical situation that comes to mind is a male supervisor asking a female employee for sexual favors. However, sexual harassment can actually take on a variety of forms. A co-worker or client can harass another person in the office. A woman can harass a man....

Service Dogs in the Workplace

You probably see service dogs out and about while running errands. Service dogs, unlike pets, are allowed to be in public places under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). What if you are disabled and need a service dog while at work? Surprisingly, there are no employment laws that explicitly allow service animals in the...

Older Worker Benefit Protection Act

Age discrimination is still an issue in America. Employers seek out young, energetic workers in favor of older employees who may be set in their ways or may not have the skills and education that companies desire. Still, discriminating against someone solely based on their age is illegal, as set forth in the Age Discrimination...

Importance of Employee Handbooks

When employees join a company, it is important to ensure they are all on the same page. Maybe the company has set procedures for communication. Perhaps the company has certain rules in place regarding breaks and time off. Instead of making the employees guess as to what rules they need to follow, it is a...

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