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Workplace Retaliation in Arizona

Workplace Retaliation in Arizona

Introduction

Revenge is sweet – at least that is what the old proverb proclaims. What can you do, however, when the person attempting to exact revenge upon you is your supervisor or employer? It is easy for employees in this situation to feel as if they are trapped and powerless – […]

Permissible Discrimination in the Workplace in Arizona

Permissible Discrimination in the Workplace

Introduction

In the United States, employees and job applicants are typically familiar with state and federal anti-discrimination laws. These laws serve a valuable role in safeguarding all Americans’ ability to obtain employment on fair terms without regard to characteristics like sex, race, national origin, and/or religion (amongst others). So pervasive […]

Assessments of Applicants with a Criminal History – Lawyers

Individualized Assessments of Applicants with a Criminal History

Introduction

Those convicted of felonies and/or misdemeanors know all too well that obtaining employment following a conviction can be challenging for applicants with a criminal history. Even in our modern society which tends to be more accepting of individuals with […]

Religious Accommodations at Work

Introduction to Religious Accommodations at Work

Introduction to Religious Accommodations at WorkIn December 2015, approximately 150 Somali employees of a Cargill Meat Solutions (a meat processor) processing plant in Colorado were fired for allegedly “abandoning” their jobs. The workers were all Muslims whose faith required them to engage […]

Discrimination During Performance Reviews

Introduction to Discrimination During Performance Reviews

Discrimination During Performance ReviewsConsider the following hypothetical situation: you have been working with your current employer for about one year. You receive a notification from the human resources department that your annual performance review will be conducted soon. You are anxious but […]

Mental Impairments and Disabilities and the ADA

Introduction to Mental Impairments and Disabilities and the ADA

Mental Impairments and Disabilities and the ADAAccording to a 2011 report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of every four Americans reported that they suffered from some type of mental illness or disability. Even […]

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