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Mar
08
2021
Although the United States has come a long way on race, race discrimination in the workplace still occurs and affects hundreds to thousands of workers every year. Fortunately, there are state and federal laws in place that protect workers from being discriminated against because of their race, and workers who are subjected to race discrimination have the right to file a claim and be compensated for their mistreatment.
Dec
10
2020
Several recent high-profile discrimination cases involving university professors highlight the continued disparity in pay between male and female academics.
Sep
22
2020
If you feel your employer is retaliating against you for your involvement in a protected activity, there are three things that you must be able to prove to win your case.
Aug
25
2020
Age discrimination occurs when an employer treats an employee differently because of their age. Unfortunately, age discrimination in the workplace is more common than most Americans would like to think.
Jun
23
2020
The law makes it illegal for an employer to retaliate against you if you engage in an activity protected by a statute. Thus, if an employer is aware that you engaged in a protected activity, you should be protected from acts of retaliation by your employer for that activity.