Even though the economy is slowly recovering, employment is still on rocky ground. In September, almost 8 million Americans were working part-time because full-time jobs were not available. Almost a fifth of the entire workforce, a whopping 27 million Americans, are...
Month: October 2013
When an employer or another co-worker acts inappropriately in the workplace, a worker can file workplace discrimination charges against the company and the individuals at fault. Companies have had laws and regulations to follow regarding sexual harassment for years in...
The government shutdown has shuttered a lot of agencies. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) are two agencies that have been hard-hit by the furloughs. Both websites are currently down, which poses an issue...
When one person sexually harasses another person, it creates a tense atmosphere in the workplace for the person being harassed. Sexual harassment charges can be filed and the person at fault can face financial punishments through a civil lawsuit. Typically, such cases...
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