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Federal Court Workers Complain About Sexual Harassment

An alarming pattern has emerged: federal employees seem to be constantly subjected to sexual harassment at the highest levels of our court system. You would think that the organization responsible for upholding our legal system would be free…
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Are NDAs Beneficial for Sexual Harassment Victims in DC?

Otherwise known as Non-Disclosure Agreements, NDAs are often associated with sexual harassment lawsuits and claims. These contracts prevent people from speaking out about their experiences, a concept that has many people divided. Some argue…
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Sexual Harassment In D.C

For most of the US, the work is virtually never finished when it comes to sexual harassment laws. Decades ago, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was considered all that was necessary to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace, and…
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D.C. harassment lawyers address Federal Emergency Management Association data.

Washington, D.C. - December 2, 2020 Recent survey data reveals that more than ¼ of Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) employees claimed they were harassed, or discriminated against due to their race, or gender.  Claims were…
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Washington D.C., What is considered a hostile or offensive work environment?

A hostile or offensive work environment is one that an individual finds uncomfortable or intimidating to work in. It could also be an environment an individual finds discriminatory in nature. Many individuals often find their work environment…
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Sexual Harassment Protections in DC

The District of Columbia (DC) Office of Human Rights is responsible for enforcing the laws that protect people who work in the nation’s capital from sexual harassment. Protections include, for example, a Mayor’s Order, the creation and maintenance…