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How Managers and Coworkers Contribute to Workplace Inequities

Discrimination is subtle and pervasive in many companies Every employee has the right to a workplace free from unlawful discrimination and harassment on the basis of sex, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, and other protected characteristics. Unfortunately, for too many employees in Ohio and across the nation, that’s not the case. Sometimes, discrimination is blatant, but...

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Zuckerberg, Wife Sued for Harassment and Discrimination

Our Ohio discrimination attorneys reveal what to know In a recently filed lawsuit, former employees of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, said they were victims of sexual and verbal harassment and discrimination. The billionaire couple is being sued by the two ex-employees, who say the exploitation occurred while working in the...

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Equal Opportunity Employment Commission Sues Ford for Pregnancy Discrimination

Ford Motor Company is being sued by the federal government over alleged discrimination against a pregnant woman. In the U.S., it is illegal to discriminate against people based on their sex, including pregnancy. Pregnant women are protected under the Civil Rights Act and the Pregnancy Discrimination Act amendment. When discrimination happens in the workplace, employees...

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Workplace harassment is a serious problem for too many employees

Ohio attorneys explain your rights, how to respond to harassment at work Workplace harassment is a serious problem that demands immediate attention. Each year, far too many people experience some form of harassment on the job. Just recently, a group of women who work for video game developer Activision Blizzard Inc. filed a harassment lawsuit,...

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Nationwide paid medical leave proposed by President Joe Biden

Ohio employment law attorneys explain current medical leave policies A proposal by President Joe Biden would allow most workers nationwide to eventually take up to 12 weeks of paid medical leave for a serious illness, for raising a newborn child and in certain other circumstances, according to CNBC and numerous other news outlets. Such a...

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Labor Department rescinds gig worker rule

The U.S. Department of Labor is repealing a Trump-era rule it finalized in January that would have made it tougher for gig workers to be classified as employees instead of independent contractors. Gig workers — such as people who work for app-based services like Uber, Lyft, Instacart, and DoorDash — are typically classified as contractors...

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What changes are in the new Ohio employment law?

If you face discrimination at work because of your age, Ohio's new employment law gives you an easier way to file a claim. The change involving age discrimination claims is just one of the significant revisions to Ohio’s system of dealing with discrimination in the workplace. Lawmakers approved House Bill 352, the Employment Law Uniformity...

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Do construction workers get paid for travel time?

If you are someone who works in the construction industry, it’s reasonable to expect your employer to pay you for all the time that you work. But what about the time it takes you to travel from company headquarters to a job site and back? Or what if you’re driving to and from multiple construction...

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