Hey mom! You’re a busy woman! You’ve just birthed a human being – and that little human depends on you! And if you’re also a mom who’s headed straight back to work, you have a right to know your rights about taking care of your bundle of joy. Section 7r… read more →
Retired Soldier Applies for Two Positions and Despite Qualifications Is Rejected from Selection Process.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against ULine for Disability Discrimination Robert faithfully served in the United States army, fighting in the Iraq War and then continuing his service through recruitment and as a station commander. In 2015, he retired from the army due to his condition of post-traumatic stress… read more →
Coworker Allegedly Grabs Latino Worker and Tells Him to “Go Back to Puerto Rico” While Supervisor Laughs.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit against GuardPro Security, Inc., for Race Discrimination William, a Puerto Rican, started working as a security sergeant at GuardPro Security, Inc., in May 2012. He worked hard. Five years later, William noted a change in the workplace environment. In June 2017, William remembered that… read more →
Body odor or strong scents in the workplace can cause a number of problems for employers and employees. While some may just be distracted by severe body odor, others may have serious allergies to scents. The results are the same, though. Work morale decreases along with productivity and positive employee… read more →
Employment discrimination for criminal record can be a sticky situation for employers and employees. While a potential or current employee may just want a job, the employer still has a responsibility to provide a safe working environment. An employee with a history of criminal activity can pose a liability problem… read more →
Failure to promote employees can be a symptom of workplace discrimination. Employees who are overlooked for promotions again and again despite the unspoken pattern of promotion may be facing employment discrimination. Discrimination that causes an employee to miss out on a promotion is against the law. The key to having… read more →
Physicist Discrimination Despite the versatility of physicists in employment, physicists struggle with employment discrimination as well due to gender, race, age, disability, religion, color. Whether in a laboratory or working in a school, physicists offer analytical, mathematical, and critical thinking skills. These men and women are clearly assets to every… read more →
Employee Allegedly Fired For “Sleeping On The Job” When His Medical Conditions Caused Him to Fall Asleep
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Employee Files Lawsuit Against UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside For Disability Discrimination David accepted the job of transplant procurement specialist with UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside in January 2011. He suffers many health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, colon issues, low blood pressure, and insomnia. UPMC was aware… read more →
Recognizing obvious discrimination has never been so easy with the excessive amount of information on the many faces of discrimination; however, subtle discrimination continues to make the workplace hellish for certain people. Sometimes individuals are unaware that they are implementing subtle discrimination against other coworkers for their race, gender, disability, age,… read more →
Dentist Race Discrimination: Closing The Gap Underrepresented minorities within dentistry rise from a history of adversity. Despite over a hundred years passing since the first black man entered Harvard Medical School to become a dentist, very few minority dentists exist in the overall population of dentists. This lack of minorities… read more →