3 Reasons Workplace Discrimination Investigation

3 Reasons to Do a Workplace Discrimination Investigation

02/09/2021

Right now, we’re in an era that calls for personal – and corporate – responsibility with workplace discrimination. It’s the time of #MeToo, Black Lives Matter, Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI), and asking the world to simply do better when it comes to sexual harassment, racism, sexism, ageism, and other biases. Between 2010 and 2017…

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Demonstrators in favor of LGBT rights rally outside the US Supreme Court on Oct 8, 2020.

Once Upon A Time – Civil Rights Didn’t Mean Anything

06/17/2020

Up until June 15th, employers in over half the States in the Nation could fire someone simply because they were Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual or Transgender.  As astonishing as they may sound to some, to others it was a very real fact of life.  We are amid a significant Black Lives Matter movement and the timing…

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LGBTQ Worker Rights

LGBTQ Discrimination Decision from the US Supreme Court

02/02/2020

US Supreme Court Decision Hanging in the Balance of LGBTQ Discrimination Surprisingly to some, in 2020 people can be legally fired from their job because of their sexual preferences and gender identity.  Certainly, there are varied social opinions surrounding these matters. Regardless of your political, religious and social views, these issues are being actively discussed…

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Discrimination at work

Employers Under Scrutiny for Methods of Handling Sexual Harassment & Discrimination

12/15/2019

Employers are under scrutiny for the way they are handling possible matters of sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. The #MeToo movement has been a beacon of change to help create a forum for possible victims to come forward about sexual harassment or discrimination in the workplace. Part of this increased scrutiny employers are…

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EEOC Stats | Sex Based Employment Claims On The Rise

10/27/2019

The Equal Employment opportunity commission reported an increase in sex-based claims of nearly 14% from 2017 to 2018.  This is despite the fact that overall EEOC claims are down in the country. What does this mean for your company? Start by asking a few questions to yourself about your business.  Is your company more or…

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