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Does ‘Single Mother Discrimination’ Exist?

Unfortunately, discrimination is a common issue in the United States that can occur in any workplace. However, this prejudicial behavior is no longer limited to race, color, religion, disability, or sex, but it has extended to marital status as well, particularly when it comes to single parents, especially single mothers.

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Fired for Requesting FMLA Leave – Should I Sue?

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows an employee to take a leave of absence to take care of their family when there is an extended medical problem with the employee or their family.

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Employment Discrimination: Know Your Rights

There are several anti-discrimination laws which prohibit employers from treating their workers differently based on their attributes that are unrelated to job performance.

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What Is Considered Discrimination?

The term discrimination is often thrown around when an individual feels singled out or faces an unfavorable situation. However, when it comes to legal perspective, discrimination refers to a prejudicial or unjust behavior towards an individual or group of people on the grounds of certain characteristics.

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Disability Discrimination at Workplace

The modern society that we live in is becoming more tolerant and accepting, but unfortunately, the disability discrimination in the workplace still exists around the world. In the United States, there are multiple state and federal laws such as Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that provide protection to disabled individuals from being discriminated or harassed at a workplace, and, as a matter of fact, in all areas of life including private and public places.

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Whistleblower Termination

The concept of whistleblowing is not something new in the United States. Since its inception, the US has embraced and promoted a culture of civic and public responsibility in order to protect the interests of the general public.

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Discrimination & Holiday Bonuses

Unfortunately, discrimination still exists in the United States, especially within the workplace environment. The prejudicial treatment on the basis of race, caste, creed, religion, and sexual orientation may lead to unfair treatment, which may not only create an uncomfortable environment for the employees but also put them in financial disadvantage.

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Religion Discrimination: Know Your Rights

The United States is one of the most religiously diverse countries in the world. In light of history of devastation caused due to hatred fueled by religious intolerance, U.S. has devised various laws and regulations to protect rights of different religious groups. Unfortunately, religious discrimination is still prevailing in the United States, especially against minorities.

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How Discrimination Affects Requested Time off for the Holidays

In this dynamic business environment, workplaces have employees that come from different racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. However, a diverse environment comes up with its own challenges, a primary one of which is ensuring that employees do not feel discriminated. This can be particularly a problem when it comes to religious holidays.

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Glass Ceiling in Today’s Workplace

Every employer must evaluate an employee based on their qualifications, experiences, skills, and capabilities. Sadly, these credentials may get overlooked due to discrimination in many workplaces hence the term “workplace discrimination exists”.

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