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  • Workers on H-2B Visas Sue Atlanta-Based Contractor for Retaliation, Discrimination, and Wage Violations
    Workers on H-2B Visas Sue Atlanta-Based Contractor for Retaliation, Discrimination, and Wage Violations

    Atlanta, Georgia — Five Mexican workers recruited to work on temporary H-2B visas have filed a lawsuit against Atlanta-based construction company Precision 2000, its side-company Casa Properties, and ...

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  • Retaliation May be Easier to Prove Than Discrimination
    Retaliation May be Easier to Prove Than Discrimination

    Federal anti-discrimination law such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects against various forms of discrimination. This includes prohibitions against sex, race, gender, religion and ...

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  • Retaliation Claims Are Most Prevalent Employee Complaints
    Retaliation Claims Are Most Prevalent Employee Complaints

    Retaliation claims continue to be one of the leading types of employment cases filed. In fact, statistics show that retaliation claims make up 48% of employment related discrimination cases filed with ...

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  • Retaliation Rampant in Tech Jobs
    Retaliation Rampant in Tech Jobs

    Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects against various types of employment discrimination including race, sex, gender, religion and national origin discrimination. It also protects ...

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  • Emotional Distress Damages May Be Recoverable For Retaliation
    Emotional Distress Damages May Be Recoverable For Retaliation

    The Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") covers the majority of workers in the United States and provides that workers are entitled to earn at least minimum wage and for those non-exempt workers, ...

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  • Can I Get Fired for What I Say on Social Media?
    Can I Get Fired for What I Say on Social Media?

    While having your parents on social media following your accounts might be widely considered as embarrassing, having your employer or boss do the same can be far worse. Everything you say on Facebook, ...

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