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January 2018 Archives

Supreme Court to consider the allowable duration of ADA leave

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), workers are given the right to take a leave from work. However, the exact duration of the leave is not specified in the act, and there is disagreement on the issue in different appellate courts across the country. Now the U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to make a definitive ruling on this issue.

Law against workplace sexual harassment: 3 things you should know

You may know that sexual harassment was made illegal under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. But what are the regulations and recourse defined under this law? Today we provide three facts that anyone should know about workplace sexual harassment:

5 federally mandated protections against pregnancy discrimination

Last week, we discussed workplace discrimination based on pregnancy. This week, we dig deeper into Pregnancy Discrimination Act to understand the protections it guarantees to women. Here are five things you should know:

Is pregnancy discrimination in the workplace illegal?

When you hear the words “workplace discrimination,” you likely think about discrimination based on race, gender or sexual orientation. A less commonly talked about form of discrimination—which is nonetheless still an issue in the workplace—is pregnancy discrimination.

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