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Workplace sexual harassment is broader than you might expect

You may think that workplace sexual harassment refers to inappropriate touching of a woman in the workplace. However, the definition of sexual harassment is actually much broader than that—and there are laws in place to protect workers against sexual harassment at all levels.

Am I really a contractor or an employee?

Independent contractor jobs are becoming increasingly common. They’re cheaper for an employer than hiring employees—as contractors are exempt from overtime pay as well as health and vacation benefits. However, simply labeling a worker as an independent contractor isn’t sufficient to actually classify them as such. There are certain traits that distinguish an employee from an independent contractor.

How your employer’s retaliation could benefit you in the long run

As a worker in the U.S., you’re entitled to basic protections such as to receive fair pay, to be treated without discrimination and to have basic health and safety protections in the workplace. If your employer does not uphold such protections, you have the right to make a legal claim against them.

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