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October 2014 Archives

Former basketball coach sues for disability discrimination

There is no place in the state of Florida, or anywhere else in the United States, for disability discrimination. Even though there are strict state and federal laws against such activity, many employers cross the line and make a poor decision regarding an employee's termination.

Sexual harassment in schools is frequent

There are schools from one side of the country to the next, all of which are dedicated to helping students better their level of education. According to a recent research study by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, however, at least one out of four middle school students noted that they have experienced some type of physical or verbal sexual harassment at their school. This often occurs in the hallway or the classroom.

Examples of employer retaliation

As an employee, there is nothing worse than worrying that you may be retaliated against for speaking your mind. Although employer retaliation is not common, this is an issue that has plagued many people in the past, including in Florida as well as every other state.

What is reasonable accommodation regarding discrimination?

There is no reason for an employer to discriminate against a worker because of a disability; however, there are cases in which this happens for one reason or another. Not only can this impact the worker, but it can land the employer in trouble.

Race discrimination facts and information

Race discrimination in the workplace is against the law in the state of Florida, as well as the rest of the United States. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects workers against discrimination. This includes many types of discrimination, such as race, national origin, religion and sex.

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