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Facebook Posts as Evidence of Retaliation

June 4, 2013
Facebook, Twitter, and other social media channels can prove to be treasure trove of protected information—information about an employee's personal and family medical issues, religious issues, genetic information, and, like this case, protected complaints about discrimination.
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EEOC Sues Company for Forced Practice of Scientology

May 13, 2013
If any of the EEOC's allegations in the lawsuit are true, the agency is going to have an easy time winning this case, which serves a good reminder that an employer cannot force its employees to conform to, follow, or practice, the employer's chosen religious practices and beliefs.
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How Not to Respond to a Harassment Complaint

March 21, 2013
If you are not the person in your organization trained to address and investigate sexual harassment claims, immediately refer the matter to the person who is. If no one is, hire a consultant or attorney who specializes in these issues to do the investigation for you.
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It's Your Last Chance … to Avoid Retaliation

February 22, 2013
Agreements are wonderful tools to use with our employees. They come in all shapes and sizes. No matter the agreement, however, there is one clause that it cannot contain: a covenant by the employee waiving his or her right to file a charge of discrimination with the EEOC.
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