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Chester County Employment Lawyers Discuss Equity Agreements

 

When negotiating or signing an employment contract, you may be offered an equity agreement or compensation from company stock options. Understanding the terms of an equity agreement is crucial to being able to monitor your investment. It will also help to prepare you if ever a breach is made in the agreement. An equity agreement […]

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Philadelphia Employment Lawyers Discuss HIV/AIDS Discrimination

 

Since the condition first entered our national consciousness in the early 1980s, Americans’ perception of individuals living with HIV/AIDS and the resources available to these individuals have progressed tremendously. However, this does not mean that living with HIV/AIDS no longer has its challenges in the workplace. Individuals living with this condition can face employment discrimination […]

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Philadelphia Employment Lawyers Discuss Unemployment Compensation

 

Losing a job is a stressful experience for anyone. It can change your life dramatically, especially in regards to your finances. If you have recently been let go, the first thing you should consider is unemployment compensation. It may seem simple, but it can be far more complicated than most people realize. Unemployment compensation varies […]

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Bucks County Employment Lawyers: Protections Will Remain Under New Administration

 

Even before the new administration took office in January, there has been concern over the future of the 2014 federal order that provides workplace protection rights to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. The executive order applies to federal employees and requires companies under federal contract to have explicit policies banning discrimination against LGBT […]

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Philadelphia Discrimination Lawyers: Farm Workers Fear Retaliation

 

A new study from Penn State University describes a need for policies that safeguard the health and rights of farm workers in the U.S. Researchers from the Department of Biobehavioral Health at Penn State followed a group of 89 Latino farm workers in Texas over eight months. The workers routinely felt discriminated against and felt […]

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Philadelphia Sexual Harassment Lawyers Discuss Bots and Sexual Harassment

 

A recent study suggests that tech giants like Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, and Google may have a long way to go when it comes to programming their bots against sexual stereotypes and harassment. Although women have come a long way in creating an equal environment at work and beyond, there is still much progress to be […]

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Delaware County Employment Lawyers Discuss Hearing Discrimination

 

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) expanded in 2008 to include persons with hearing disabilities. This federal law protects workers with significant hearing loss from discrimination in the workplace. Studies indicate that between 16 and 20% of the working population are affected by significant hearing loss. This federal prohibition therefore impacts upwards of 48 million […]

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Philadelphia Discrimination Lawyers: What is the Americans With Disabilities Act?

 

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 is a civil rights law prohibiting discrimination against disabled individuals in every aspect of public life. The ADA affords individuals with disabilities access to employment, education, transportation, state and government services, telecommunications, and locations available to the general public. The ADA is organized into five sections, each […]

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Philadelphia Pregnancy Discrimination Lawyers: Steps to Take If You Have Experienced Discrimination

 

Pregnancy discrimination in the workplace is not uncommon. Discrimination may be claimed when a woman suffers an adverse employment action such as not getting hired, not being promoted, or being denied benefits because of an existing or a planned pregnancy. The first step in dealing with discrimination due to a pregnancy, childbirth, or related matters […]

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Philadelphia Qui Tam Lawyers: Tips for Whistleblowers

 

The federal False Claims Act allows private individuals with knowledge of fraud to bring a suit on behalf of the federal government. The “whistleblower” in a qui tam lawsuit is entitled to a substantial reward if the case recovers funds for the government. If you are considering a qui tam lawsuit here are some important […]

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