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  • Female Basketball Referee Brings Case For Bias
    Female Basketball Referee Brings Case For Bias

    Recently a female basketball referee from New Jersey brought a lawsuit against the local school district and the state scholastic association alleging that she was being illegally discrimination ...

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  • Getting to Work on Time Isn't Always an Essential Job Function Under the ADA
    Getting to Work on Time Isn't Always an Essential Job Function Under the ADA

    In many situations, workers may sustain certain types of injuries or have a legally defined disability, but still be able to perform many of the functions of their job with some slight adjustments. ...

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  • Is It Sexual Harassment? The Answer Often Depends On The Particular Facts Of Each Situation
    Is It Sexual Harassment? The Answer Often Depends On The Particular Facts Of Each Situation

    When you think about sexual harassment, the first thing that comes to mind for many people is a male boss making inappropriate comments, gestures and other sexual overtures toward a female employee. ...

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  • Male Worker Successfully Alleges Claim Under Equal Pay Act
    Male Worker Successfully Alleges Claim Under Equal Pay Act

    In a recent Georgia pay discrimination case, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit determined that a male was entitled to proceed with his claim. The Fulton County, Georgia community ...

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  • Should Your Employer Pay You For Time Spent Changing Your Clothes?
    Should Your Employer Pay You For Time Spent Changing Your Clothes?

    A hotly contested topic around the country is whether workers should be paid for time spent changing their clothes. A failure to pay an employee for all of the time-spent working may be a violation of ...

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