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MLB Umpire Files Title VII Suit

Can you be unpopular or even bad at your job and still be discriminated against? The answer may be yes; we will have to wait and see how the recently filed discrimination lawsuit against Major League ...
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Does a Transfer Constitute an Adverse Employment Action?

When an employer terminates, suspends, or demotes an employee who engages in activity protected under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, it can give rise to a Title VII retaliation claim. ...
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Can My Boss Single Me Out Based Upon My Gender?

Gender discrimination occurs when your employer treats you differently because of your sex, male or female. Here are questions that need to be asked and answered to help you decide if you have a ...
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Don't Wait to File your EEOC Complaint!

Did you know that an employee only has 180 calendar days (approximately 6 Months) to file a complaint with the EEOC? The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforces Federal laws ...
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