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Can Employers Ask Questions About Intended Pregnancies?

Legal protections in the workplace have come a long way from previous decades, but some employers still run afoul of employee protection laws, including those regarding pregnancy. Civil rights ...
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Employee Termination Mistakes to Avoid

It’s not common for an employer to enjoy firing someone. But if it’s not done correctly, a termination can lead to a far greater headache for the company. Unlawful termination claims filed ...
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Developing a Harassment Policy: Tips for Small Business Owners

Having a harassment policy protects your employees from a hostile work environment and protects you from lawsuits. Small businesses need to have harassment policies in place in the same way that ...
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FAQs About Wrongful Termination

Although employers are entitled to terminate employees for just cause, such as job performance, there are many reasons for firing someone that is not permitted under employment law. If you think that ...
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A Look at Employment Discrimination Laws for Application and Hiring

Employment laws apply not only to the treatment of employees but also to the application and hiring process. If you are an employer who is unsure of your responsibilities under the law or a ...
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Standing Up Against Age Discrimination at Work

Age discrimination is prohibited under federal and state law, but countless employees suffer its effects regardless. If you’re age 40 or older, you should know how to identify the signs of age ...
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Highlighting the Laws Against Workplace Harassment

Many companies have workplace policies that prohibit harassment, but filing a complaint with human resources isn’t the only remedy available to wronged employees. When certain criteria are met, ...
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