I often receive calls from people who feel discriminated against or harassed at their workplace, and want to know their options. They often ask if they can resign and then sue the employer. Sometimes, they have already resigned and want …
Both federal and state laws protect pregnant employees from discrimination and, in many cases, provide a right to pregnancy leave. Click to learn more.
In most sexual harassment lawsuits, the victim has suffered from harassment at the hands of a supervisor or a co-worker. But sometimes sexual harassment comes from customers, or harassers who do not work for the company. This too may violate the law. Click to learn more.
If your company has been served with an EEOC charge, your first question is probably: do I need to hire an EEOC lawyer? Many employers, in an attempt to save money, take a DIY approach in responding to EEOC charges. …
Nepotism is a reality in many Louisiana workplaces. But is it against the law? And what makes an effective nepotism policy? Click to learn more.
Many people facing workplace harassment don’t know what to do or where to turn. Click here to learn what steps you should take if there is harassment in your workplace.
Most of us have heard that Louisiana is an “employment at will” state. But what does employment “at will” really mean?