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  • Does Your Tip Pool Comply With Federal Law?
    Does Your Tip Pool Comply With Federal Law?

    For many workers, a large percentage of their pay comes in the form of tips, especially in the hospitality and restaurant industries. Often the tips earned over the course of a shift are pooled, and ...

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  • Supreme Court to Hear Gender Discrimination Case
    Supreme Court to Hear Gender Discrimination Case

    The United States Supreme Court has just announced that it will interpret a case involving transgender rights. The issue of transgender discrimination has gained national attention in the last several ...

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  • Knowing Your Workplace Rights If You're Pregnant
    Knowing Your Workplace Rights If You're Pregnant

    In 1978, Congress passed the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, which made it illegal for employers to discriminate against an employee if she became pregnant. This means that employees cannot use ...

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  • Can I be fired for my political beliefs?
    Can I be fired for my political beliefs?

    In one of the most contentious presidential elections in recent history, it is often hard to avoid political conversations and opinions concerning the candidates. At work, however, many people ...

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  • Do I get time-off to vote?
    Do I get time-off to vote?

    With election day quickly approaching, many people are anxious to exercise their right to vote and make sure their voices are heard. However, workers may wonder if they have to take time off to vote, ...

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  • Ageism Still Exists in the Workplace, Hurts Millions of Older Workers
    Ageism Still Exists in the Workplace, Hurts Millions of Older Workers

    Unjust employment discrimination is a serious problem that can affect anyone, young and old. A recently-released study from the University of California at Irvine and Tulane University has concluded ...

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