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Tag Archives: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

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What is Lactation Discrimination?

Although there are various forms of discrimination, it is generally defined as a failure to treat all equally. In the employment context on the federal level, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for the...

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Who is a ‘Supervisor’ Under Title VII?

In the workplace, there are several federal laws such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that protect employees’ from workplace discrimination. Under Title VII, the employer is responsible for ensuring that the law is followed. Employer...

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Are English-Only Rules in the Workplace Lawful?

Answer: Depends The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has stated that ‘English-only’ rules for workplace employees violate the law unless they are “reasonably necessary to the operation of the business.” The...

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Filing a Discrimination Complaint

Under Federal, State and some local laws, it is illegal to discriminate against an individual for their:• Ethnicity • Skin color, or related facial features • Country of origin • Age • Sex • Religious beliefs • Political...

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