Imagine you’ve been working in the same job — at the same law firm — for the last 16 years. When you started at the company, you were in your early 20s, straight out of college, and now you’re almost 40. You gave your youth to that job, and you found it rewarding, but last … Continue reading Was your termination a breach of contract?
Monthly Archives: October 2018
Woman claims discrimination, retaliation at AnthropologieOn behalf of elizabethtatelaw Attorney at Law posted in Workplace Discrimination on Friday , October 26, 2018
Some people in Arizona who shop at Anthropologie may have heard that a lawsuit has been filed against the owner of the company, Urban Outfitters. A 54-year-old woman says she faced retaliation after she used a company hotline to complain about her boss. The woman claims she was told she would not get a managerial … Continue reading Woman claims discrimination, retaliation at Anthropologie →
5 signs you could be the victim of workplace discriminationOn behalf of elizabethtatelaw Attorney at Law posted in Uncategorized on Wednesday , October 17, 2018
It might have been a funny sensation in the pit of your stomach, or maybe it was just the way your supervisor looked at you while responding to your question. You know that — for some superficial reason like race, gender or national origin — your supervisor doesn’t like you. Signs of on-the-job discrimination If … Continue reading 5 signs you could be the victim of workplace discrimination →
EEOC sexual harassment claims rise during #MeToo eraOn behalf of elizabethtatelaw Attorney at Law posted in Sexual Harassment on Monday , October 8, 2018
Arizona residents are likely aware that Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein has been accused of rape and sexual assault by dozens of women including A-list movie stars. The allegations leveled against the disgraced producer were the impetus for the #MeToo movement, which has encouraged thousands of women around the world to step forward and share their … Continue reading EEOC sexual harassment claims rise during #MeToo era →