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What Is Employment Disparity?

Most Americans believe in freedom and equality for all. These are foundational principles of our democracy and permeate all aspects of our society—at least in theory. Sadly, our history does not reflect these ideals. Instead, our history exhibits systemic racism...

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What Employers Can Do If Workers Refuse a COVID-19 Vaccination

As the pandemic rages, businesses must answer daily questions regarding how to run their companies during this unprecedented time. And now that three vaccines have hit the market, even more questions arise about employer COVID-19 vaccination policies. Many people are...

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Can You Terminate an Employee Solely for Poor Performance?

As an employer, one of the most distasteful parts of your job is when you have to terminate an employee. There are many reasons that employees may need to be terminated, but poor job performance tends to be at the...

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LGBTQ Non-Discrimination in MD: What You Need to Know

In recent years, great strides have been made toward granting the LGBTQ community equal rights under the law. Title VII of The Civil Rights Act of 1964 began the fight decades ago by establishing a prohibition on discrimination against individuals...

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Remote Working: What Employers Should Consider

Telecommuting or working from home has been a growing movement in recent years. Many employers have found that they can cut costs as well as increase productivity by letting certain employees work from home. For their part, many employees embrace...

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What Are the Types of Workplace Discrimination

The Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII, set the bar in the United States when it comes to discrimination in the workplace. This ground-breaking law made it illegal to discriminate against certain groups of people in any sort of...

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COVID-19: What Employers Need to Know

The word “unprecedented” seems to have been used more in the year 2020 than in any other time in our history – and for good reason. The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented event in modern times and continues to be...

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