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What Is Covered Under the Americans With Disabilities Act?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in employment, public services accessibility, transportation, and other areas of li...

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Forced To Resign After a Workplace Injury?

When someone is injured at work, they may be entitled to benefits in the form of disability compensation or workers' compensation. There are times, however, when an injury may compel a person to need to resign ...

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What To Do If Your Chicago Business Was Accused of Sex Discrimination

Discrimination and harassment have been hot topics in the workplace in recent years, especially since the #MeToo movement became popular. Since then, many employers have faced sex discrimination claims from emp...

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What To Look For When You’ve Been Discriminated Against Due To Age

In a perfect world, we would be judged for our skills and experience, not our age. But the truth is that people are judged by their age every day, even in employment situations. It’s a catch-22. Employers wan...

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Can My Employer Fire Me Over Political Differences?

You and your employer argue constantly over politics. Your co-worker is a Republican, but you are a staunch Democrat. You refuse to sign a political initiative that is circulating in the office. You write a pol...

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Overview of The Americans With Disabilities Act

These rights are guaranteed at the national level under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which became law in 1990. The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against those with disabi...

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How Do I Know If I Have a Sex Discrimination Claim?

Showing up to work every day can be an extremely stressful and difficult task if the work environment is toxic and abusive, especially if you experience sex discrimination. If you are being unfairly treated bec...

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How to Prove Disability Discrimination

People have a right to secure employment that treats them with dignity, respect, and equal access to opportunities. But this is not always the case for every individual. Discrimination happens and this could oc...

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Disability Discrimination in the Workplace: What You Need to Know

Having a disability does not always mean sustaining gainful employment is impossible. In fact, many people who have various disabilities are employed and thrive at their job. Also, there are vast many numbers o...

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I Was Fired for Trying to Unionize Can I File a Claim for Wrongful Termination?

Throughout the 20th century, workers in the United States fought for job protection, safety regulations, higher wages, and benefits through unionizing. Because of unions, the average factory, warehouse, or manu...

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