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Fox News Commentator Files Sexual Assault Claim

 

A former Fox News commentator filed a lawsuit on Monday in New York against the Fox network. Scottie Nell Hughes, who appeared on Fox News and Fox Business from 2013 to 2016, claims that the host and anchor at Fox Business, Charles Payne, sexually assaulted her in 2013 despite her vehement protestations, and then proceeded […]

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Does Philly’s Tech Scene Have a Sexual Harassment Problem?

 

Recently, the floodgates of Silicon Valley and other high-profile tech cities have opened as more and more women are coming forth with tales of sexual harassment, discrimination, and sexism in the workplace. Instead of attempting to sweep things silently under the rug, big-name companies are investigating these complaints and the offending parties are apologizing publicly, […]

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Male Unemployment and Sexual Harassment

 

Despite all of the training efforts on sexual harassment that has taken place at workplaces in the United States over the last 20 years, the issue seems to be escalating. Over the last two decades, sex discrimination claims reported to the Federal Equal Opportunity Commission rose about 10 percent. Not only is this due to […]

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Age-Related Discriminatory Hiring Practices

 

As the workforce population ages, and people aged 50 and over go out to seek employment, the issue of age may create some concern and confusion. This has led to numerous age discrimination claims. If it can be proven that you were not hired based on your age, you may have a claim. Many people […]

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Men Experience Sexual Harassment Too

 

When stories circulate about sexual harassment in the workplace, they often deal with the sexual harassment of women. That may be because more than half of all women in the workplace have reported some kind of sexual harassment on the job. However, more and more men are reporting sexual harassment at work as well. A […]

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Much Remains to be Done About Harassment

 

You may think that sexual harassment in the workplace is a thing of the past, but in parts of the world, including the United States, sexual harassment is still a big issue. This stands to be particularly true in India, where legal protection for victims was lacking until just a few years ago. While some […]

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Higher Education Institutions Experience Sexual Harassment Among Staff

 

Over the summer, there were multiple incidences of resignations and terminations among faculties at colleges and universities across America. Many of these resignations and terminations were due to sexual harassment or misconduct. Even respected professors at nationally-recognized universities were not immune. The University of Washington fired a microbiology professor over findings of sexual harassment. Although […]

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Iconic NYC Hotel is a Breeding Ground for Sexual Harassment

 

Employees at an iconic 100-year-old hotel in New York City recently filed a lawsuit claiming they work in an environment where rampant sexual harassment is common. The six current and former employees, all women, claim that they have endured groping, kissing, and degrading and repulsive sexual remarks on a regular basis from other employees. Even […]

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Suit Filed Against Estee Lauder for Discriminating Against New Fathers

 

Federal regulators are suing Estee Lauder for discriminating against new fathers. On Wednesday, the US Equal Employment Opportunities Commission filed the suit. The company’s parental leave policy permits new fathers two weeks of paid leave, and allows new mothers six weeks. The lawsuit states that the practice that Estee Lauder is employing violates the Civil […]

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Disney Channel Executive Reportedly Fired for Documenting Sexual Harassment

 

All too often, employers abuse their positions of power in order to take advantage of their workers. A recent case proves that this is not a limited phenomenon, and that one of the largest and most influential corporations in America can be affected by this issue. A former Disney Channels Worldwide executive has filed a […]

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