Employment Discrimination Blog

Race Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Suit Against Queens McDonalds

Published on 17th December, 2014 under Race Discrimination, Sexual Harassment

This past summer, two employees of a McDonalds located in Queens, New York, filed a lawsuit against their employer, alleging both sexual harassment and racial discrimination. Both employees, who are black women, allege that their supervisor, a white man, inappropriately touched them and made remarks that degraded them based on their race. This case, Harris, ….

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What Is the New Jersey False Claims Act?

Published on 16th December, 2014 under Whistleblowing

Have you worked for a company that you believe has acted fraudulently in regards to its government contracts? Media outlets constantly share stories regarding workers bringing to light wrongful conduct by the businesses they work for. Some people caught in this situation may wonder how they could possibly set things right, but are afraid to ….

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Harassment in the Workplace – When Enough Is Enough

Published on 15th December, 2014 under Harasssment

For many Americans, the workplace is where they spend most of their waking hours. It’s where people meet not only to work, but to talk, make friends, socialize, and develop both personally and professionally. It is the responsibility of the employer to ensure that the work environment is free from harassment, and New Jersey has ….

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What to Do After Being Racially Discriminated Against in the Workplace

Published on 10th December, 2014 under Race Discrimination

Over the years, the American workforce has become increasingly diverse, and subsequently has benefited from the experience and perspectives of a multitude of people with different life stories. Despite this progress, however, the specter of racial discrimination in the workplace can still appear. Although racial discrimination has been made explicitly illegal under various state and ….

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How to File a New York Age Discrimination Claim

Published on 9th December, 2014 under Age Discrimination

As life expectancy in the United States progressively increases, so does the amount of time that someone can stay in the workforce. Skilled workers with decades of experience are paid higher than those who are just starting out in the industry, and rightly so. However, this means that an increasing number of workers over 55 ….

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