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Sexual harassment attorneys build cases with New Jersey human resources consultants.

New Jersey – January 5, 2021 Human resources management companies can often mediate between employees and employers when allegations of toxic workplace environments are made, including sexual harassment and discrimination.  New Jersey…
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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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Philadelphia Museum of Art called upon to update sexual harassment policy.

Pennsylvania - December 7,  2020 The Philadelphia Museum of Art was frequently in the news in 2020 regarding manager actions of sexual harassment that extended over at least a four period of time.  Legal claims for sexual harassment under…
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What are Pennsylvania employer actions regarding workplace harassment?

Pennsylvania - December 17, 2020 Legal claims for sexual harassment under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act can be pushed forward, as workplace discrimination, but employers may have other alternatives to resolve these issues in Philadelphia. …
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Massachusetts laws address workplace harassment in Boston’s service industry.

Massachusetts - December 17, 2020 A labor advocacy group called One Fair Wage has recently outlined unsafe, and unfair working conditions that food service employees who are tipped have been increasingly subjected to since the beginning of…
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How can individuals in Little Rock Arkansas recognize workplace sexual harassment?

Arkansas - December 16, 2020 Allegations of sexual harassment were cited in a claim against law enforcement in Little Rock stating a supervisor retaliated against an employee for reporting ill behavior.  The requested damages seek the inclusion…
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Alaska attorneys can initiate lawsuits that protect sexual harassment victims?

Even the State of Alaska can be sued for workplace harassment by employees, despite having strong policies that forbid this type of negative behavior: “The Executive Branch of the State of Alaska, as an employer, will not tolerate, condone…