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Learn About Work Pay Discrimination

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The Equal Pay Act prohibits pay discrimination on the basis of gender. Signed into federal law in 1963, the Equal Pay Act was a big win for the women’s rights movement at the time. Unfortunately, pay discrimination continues to be an issue in today’s workplace, primarily for women who continue to be underpaid and undervalued…..Read More »

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Understanding Whistlerblower Labor Laws in Georgia

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Like employees in most states, Georgia employees are subject to “at-will” employment, which means they can be terminated at any time for any reason.  Although there are a number of federal laws that may override the at-will doctrine, Georgia law generally offers very few employee protections beyond what federal law provides. The safeguards for Georgia…..Read More »

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To Complain or Not to Complain, That is the Question

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When coworkers have different ideas about how to communicate or how to approach tasks at work, friction can result.  Employees may take issue with the leadership style of their superiors, leaders may find the work ethic of their subordinates lacking, or coworkers may simply dislike one another for no apparent reason. Although it may not…..Read More »

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Your Rights as a Pregnant Woman in the Workplace

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Pregnancy can be a happy event in a woman’s life, but it can also be a source of stress, worry, and fear about continued employment. Employers may react to pregnant employees with open hostility or may pressure pregnant employees to forego leave or quit the job rather than make accommodations that would allow the employee…..Read More »

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New Executive Order Requires Paid Sick Leave for Employees of Federal Contractors

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An executive order signed by President Barack Obama on Labor Day now requires that federal contractors provide up to seven days of paid sick leave to their employees. The order was reportedly signed aboard Air Force One as the President made his way to a labor union rally in Boston, and it marks a major…..Read More »

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