Discrimination on the Job

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Constructive Discharge

Are your working conditions unbearable? Are you thinking of quitting because your situation has become so bad? Do you know what a constructive discharge is? If not you may want to read this article.


Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

If you have a medical marijuana card read this article to find out more about your rights in the workplace.


A Chart of Employment Laws for LGBTQ Community

ASU's Work -Life Law and Policy Clinic informs individuals about employment law matters. This chart shows a sampling of employment laws  and how they affect the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Community.


Unlawful and Discriminatory Harassment

This articles helps an individual understand discriminatory harrassment and what they should do about it if it is happening to them.


Historic Civil Rights Act offers new hope for fighting discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity

Historic Civil Rights Act offers new hope for fighting discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity


Arizona's Minimum Wage Law

Do you know Arizona's minimum wage? Find out more information here.


You and the Law: Employment Discrimination

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age and handicap. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, an employer cannot:


Americans with Disabilities Act- A Guide for People with Disabilities Seeking Employment

The ADA says that individuals with disabilities who want to work and are qualified to work must have an equal opportunity to work. Find out how this may affect you.

by: Social Security Administration, EEOC, and US Dept. of Justice

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Question: I have a right to sue letter from the EEOC I wanted more information and calrification on this letter and had a few other questions. I have a discrimination case with the EEOC and retaliation one as well
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Question: I was hired by Norton Lilly Inc. in June of 2015.I was let go in Aug of 2015.the company refused unemployment and after I present information to the unemployment office only then I was told by the unemployment office that "my employer could not substantiate my discharge" and that is when I began collecting. I was in this international trade for over 40 years and when they let me go I was not given a concrete explanation for my discharge only after two months. At time of discharge I was 65 and believe that my discharge was due to age discrimination. Not until my friend advised that i may ctc
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Question: My boss has laid me off because I will need to go on maternity leave in February. I have him recorded saying so. It's a small office with only 4 employees. He waited until I came back from vacation to tell me I can't come back because he hired someone else since I'll need to take off once the baby is here. Is there anything that can be done?
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Question: I know blacklisting is illegal but is very difficult to prove unless there is a written paper trail. I believe in my case there is no paper trail it is all word of mouth. Is there anything I can do?
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Question: How do I know if my complaint as merit
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