Employee Rights Trial Attorney Taylor Roebig explains laws and actions that define workplace sex discrimination.
Early next month, the Supreme Court will hear arguments for three cases to determine the scope of the ban on workplace sex discrimination as it is stated in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Court’s [...]
While it is normal for jobs and coworkers to cause us stress from day-to-day, it is never acceptable for an employee to endure harassment while at their job. Depending on the conduct and the conditions of [...]
While actors, executives, and politicians have been forced to publicly face allegations of workplace sexual harassment in past weeks, the initial development and continuity of these types of cases can face [...]
The EEOC has just launched an online portal in order to streamline the process for individuals to file a charge of discrimination with the agency. Starting November 2017, the EEOC Public Portal gives users online [...]
In the wake of recent headlines covering several high profile cases of sexual harassment and assault, many have been forced to consider the potential repercussions of failing to properly report an incidence of [...]