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Harassment: To Report or Not to Report? That is the Question!

By on August 14, 2018 in Policy with 0 Comments

“The answer is not that simple,” suggested the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in a recent case in which a former employee for the Susquehanna Department of Veterans Affairs who did not follow the employer’s policy sued her employer, claiming her supervisor kissed her and made sexual advances toward her (Minarsky v. Susquehanna County, 895 […]

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Defending Discrimination Claims in Regards to the Hiring Process

By on August 16, 2017 in Discrimination with 0 Comments

Hiring new employees tends to be tricky for employers because there are so many employment laws that must be abided by in regards to the hiring process.   Often applicants who have interviewed for the open position, but are not hired, feel disappointed and rejected. It is always possible that the applicant may claim that he/she […]

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