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Get to Know Sexual Harassment Policies and Training Around The World

Nearly every country in the world has some kind of law prohibiting sexual harassment in the workplace. Global businesses and U.S. employers considering expanding overseas should be more conscious than ever of the risks posed by sexual harassment. Without robust...

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Toxic Workplace Behaviors and Discrimination Employers Should Watch Out For

Employers and employees alike are under more pressure than ever. Accordingly, more and more workers are experiencing toxic workplaces and developing burnout. In fact, more than two-thirds of American workers think that burnout has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, despite...

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Understanding Constructive Discharge

Employees of both large corporations and small businesses deserve respect and workplace safety. No one should have to endure bullying, harassment, or abuse at work. But sometimes, employees feel forced to resign because workplace abuse and harassment have become so...

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Can I Fire an Employee Who Brought a Gun to Work?

As an employer, you have an obligation to keep employees and guests safe in your workplace. Different people have different perspectives on safety. An employee working a late shift might feel safer having a weapon available to them as they...

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How to Make a Strong Legal Sexual Harassment Case in Maryland

Being the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace can be devastating and difficult to talk about. We’re sorry if you have experienced poor treatment at work, and we want you to remember that you have legal rights you can...

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How Should Employers Accommodate Pregnant Employees?

Building a family can be an exciting adventure. However, not all aspects of pregnancy come with excitement and joy. One comprehensive study from 2019 estimated that over 20% of pregnant people are scared to tell their bosses that they’re pregnant,...

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What You Should Know About Workplace Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity

Discriminating against someone based on their gender or sex has been prohibited by federal law for decades. However, in 2020, the United States Supreme Court held that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 offered individuals protection from...

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Do Employers Have the Power to Shorten Discrimination Claim Deadlines?

Everyone loves getting a new job. A new position comes with a terrific feeling of accomplishment. However, new jobs often require you to complete lots of paperwork. Employers frequently ask new hires to accept or agree to certain employment processes...

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Signs You Should Know That Show You Were Wrongfully Terminated

If you’ve recently lost your job, we know this is a hard time for you. Maybe you saw it coming, or maybe the termination came out of nowhere. Either way, it’s important to know your rights in these situations. When...

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Best Practices in Investigating Sexual Harassment Allegations

Sexual harassment persists today in the workplace despite many positive changes in both employment laws and workplace culture. When your business is faced with a sexual harassment allegation, handling an investigation requires skill. Using best practices in investigating sexual harassment...

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