Monthly Archives: February 2023
Some people spend decades looking forward to retirement, and they retire as soon as they reach an age where they are eligible for retirement. Others continue working well past their 70th birthday. The latter tend to belong to professions where the work tasks are fun and interesting regardless of how much you get paid. … Read More »
In some employment discrimination cases, the plaintiff never really felt welcome at the organization where he or she worked. If the plaintiff had a protected characteristic that was rare among the employees in that workplace, such as being one of only a few Black employees at a large company’s branch in a culturally diverse… Read More »
Employment discrimination can mean that an employer avoids hiring candidates of a certain race, even if the job listings state that the employer, pursuant to employment laws, does not discriminate on the basis of race or any other characteristic, such as age, sex, religion, or family status. Discrimination can also take other forms, too. … Read More »
Is It Discrimination If Your Employer Fires You For Taking Time Off To Care For A Sick Family Member?
In employment law, a protected activity is something that you have the right to do without the risk that your employer will take adverse action against you because of it. Requesting family leave or medical leave is a protected activity, and so is filing a worker’s compensation claim or requesting reasonable accommodations for a… Read More »