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Religious Holiday Observance

Today’s diverse workforce is made up of people from all types of religious backgrounds. People can freely practice their religions in this country, but what if an employee needs to take off from work for a religious holiday? Many employees receive an allotted amount of vacation and sick days per year, which may not be » Read More


Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace

Although anti-discrimination employment laws have evolved through past decades, many people are still mistreated at work, including pregnant women. The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) specifies that it is illegal to treat employees differently based on their age, race, marital status, and many other categories, including the person’s sex. This last category includes pregnancy; » Read More


Riot Games Accused of Harassment and Discrimination

A class action lawsuit alleging sexual harassment and discrimination was recently filed against gaming giant, Riot Games. The suit follows on the heels of a report published on the video game website, Kotaku. The two female plaintiffs in the complaint stated that the company discriminated against them based on their gender. The lawsuit alleges that » Read More


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