Sexual harassment is discrimination based on sex that takes place in a work environment. It refers to unwanted advances with sexual undertones, solicitation of sexual favors, and other forms of sexual abuse both verbal and physical. […]Read more.
Laws regarding workplace injuries vary by state, but most areas share fairly similar regulations. This isn’t so much the case with Ohio workers’ compensation law. There are many differences when comparing The Buckeye State to others, […]Read more.
Have you been passed over for a job or promotion even though you were super qualified to do it? If you didn’t get that job because of factors that had nothing to do with your ability […]Read more.
If you’ve had a work injury that affects your ability to work, this can be a very stressful time for you and your family. We explain some options below for managing this difficult time. I haven’t […]Read more.
Q: Does employment discrimination only involve being discharged? A: No, employment discrimination involves many different situations including: Not being promoted Not getting a raise Being treated differently Not given the same benefits as other employees What […]Read more.
Q: How do I know if I have an employment discrimination case? A: If you have been discriminated against based on race, creed, color, national origin, sex, handicap, or gender of any type, if you’re gay and […]Read more.