Archive: Tag: EEOC

How Do I Get More Time to File My Lawsuit?


Right now, talking to an attorney about your potential or current case may be the last thing on your mind. Everyone is more concerned about ensuring the health and safety of their friends and family, and figuring out what happens next.  Really, you could argue that is how people normally prioritize things in their lives.  […]

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Coronavirus and Discrimination at Work


Lately, it is impossible to turn on the news without hearing about the spread of Coronavirus.  Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has caused Americans and people all over the world to flock to get masks, prompted governments to restrict travel, and cruise lines to quarantine passengers.  There have even been rumors of cancelling the 2020 Summer Olympics […]

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Celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr.- Is the Dream now Reality?


It’s mind-blowing to think that only 55 years ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. was passionately advocating for equal rights for African Americans.  Over 100 million Americans, nearly 1/3 of the population, were alive for at least part of Dr. King’s leadership of the Civil Rights Movement.  One of the most celebrated laws passed during his […]

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Is Trump’s Go Back to Your Country Tweet Discrimination?


Recently, President Trump chose to criticize a group of 4 congresswomen,  Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and the way they criticize how the government is run.  Collectively known as “The Squad,”  Trump tweeted that the women should go back to their […]

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EEOC to Receive Pay Data


Recently, a judge ordered that employer pay data be collected by the EEOC by September 30, 2019.  This occurred after a legal battle spearheaded by employee advocacy groups.  The EEOC has utilized data from employers about race/ethnicity, gender, and job category since 1966 by using EEO-1 Reports.  During the Obama Administration, the EEOC added another […]

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EEOC Data Shows Impact of #MeToo


Many Americans know that starting in towards the end of 2017, the #MeToo movement started to gain a lot of support from various agencies and coverage in the media. Starting with allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct against Harvey Weinstein, numerous high profile figures were accused, resigned, or were fired from there positions. By involving […]

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