Dell Technologies Will Pay $7 Million to Settle Discrimination Lawsuit

Cases of workplace discrimination seem to appear in the news nearly every week. Unfortunately, this trend is nothing new, as a study from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) shows the agency received 1,889,631 discrimination complaints from 1997 to 2018. In 2017, a majority of these complaints were based on retaliation, race, disability, or sex. […]


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What Ignoring Workplace Harassment Can Mean For the Future of Your Business

Workplace harassment has remained top of mind for many businesses since the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements brought several major issues to light in recent years. Unfortunately, however, many companies still struggle to tackle workplace harassment head-on, as they don’t think it could happen to them or happen in their office. In fact, more than 7,500 […]


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Longtime Apple Creative Executive Sues Ad Agency for Age Discrimination

Age discrimination has become an unfortunate trend within the modern workplace. In fact, according to an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) 2017 survey, more than 6 in 10 workers age 45 and up said they have either seen or experienced a form of age discrimination in the workplace. Of those, roughly 90% said it is […]


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Class Action Age Discrimination Lawsuit Against Google Brings Up New Training Policies

As unfortunate as it seems, age discrimination is becoming more and more prevalent in the workforce as of late. According to a 2017 survey, more than six in ten workers aged 45 and older have seen or experienced age discrimination in the workplace. It’s not just your average corporations either; recently, Google settled an age […]


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Former TABC Employee Claims She Was Fired For Whistleblowing

Wrongful termination claims, though fairly common, can sometimes be complex when it comes to determining their validity. This is because each situation is unique and often requires an experienced eye to see the varying details of the claims being disputed. This was the case for a former Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) employee who filed a wrongful termination claim over a conflict of interest with her employer.


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Southwest and Mechanic’s Union Nearing End of Six Year Long Negotiation Battle

It’s not uncommon for airlines to reschedule or cancel flights. For Southwest Airlines, however, some of the cancellation and rescheduled flights over the past six years stem from a dispute between the company and its Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association. The contentious fight between Southwest and its mechanic’s union appears to be nearing its end according to both parties who have reached a tentative agreement.


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Types of Employment Discrimination

Workplaces can be extremely tense environments. While these environments can be shaped into more positive atmospheres, tense work environments are usually the basis of employment litigation. Many people think employment discrimination is just discriminating based on the color of someone’s skin, but there are many types of employment discrimination that create hostile work environments, prevent growth of hardworking employees, and lead to extensive litigation.


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Five Ways To Prevent Employment Litigation

Running a business is no small feat. Whether you own a small mom and pop company or employ thousands of employees, you are going to face legal issues that can jeopardize your business. In addition to a wide variety of business litigation issues, companies can also face employment litigation. Employment litigation can be damaging in many ways. Not only can it be expensive, but it can also tarnish a company’s reputation and take a serious blow at the morale of current employees. However, there are many steps companies can take to prevent employment litigation.


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