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Justice Department Departs From EEOC on Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace

By Robert S. Norell, P.A. |

On July 27th, the Justice Department took a step backwards by arguing—in filing an amicus brief—that the federal civil rights law (Title VII) does not protect employees from discrimination based on sexual orientation, strangely inserting its opinion into a New York federal case that was otherwise a private dispute between one worker and his… Read More »

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New Study Highlights Deleterious Effects of Workplace Discrimination

By Robert S. Norell, P.A. |

A new study has released shocking details regarding how pervasive discrimination in the workplace is and the negative effects it has on the overall mental state of employees. Specifically, the study found that almost half of respondents indicated that discrimination occurs in their jobs regularly, and most indicated that it has long-term effects on… Read More »

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The Employment Discrimination Many Don’t See

By Robert S. Norell, P.A. |

Most people are familiar with the most common types of employment discrimination – discrimination based on age, disability, race, religion, etc. – but there are other types of discrimination in the workplace that can be harder to spot; discrimination that, nonetheless, can have a significant impact on workers’ employment rights under the law. Discrimination… Read More »

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Important Updates and Clarifications Concerning Discrimination Based On National Origin

By Robert S. Norell, P.A. |

Many people do not realize that, while Title VII has always protected people from job discrimination based on national origin, last November, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published enforcement guidance on concerns associated with this specific type of harassment and discrimination. While the guidance serves as a reminder to employers that they cannot… Read More »

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