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 MARCH 2019
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In this month's e-newsletter, we discuss how to avoid an employment lawsuit. We also cover some common violations of employment law.

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What Are Some Common Violations of Employment Law?
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HOW TO AVOID AN EMPLOYMENT LAWSUIT
Employees are one of the most valuable assets of a company, but if a legal conflict ever arises, they can also be one of the biggest liabilities to you as a business owner. Employment litigation can be very costly not just in terms of the direct financial costs, but also in terms of company reputation, time spent on the case, and much more. Learning about common examples of employment litigation, and how to avoid it, is very important.

Workplace Discrimination

If an employee is being discriminated against, they can demand justice through the courts. Discrimination can come from the company owner, management, other employees, or even contractors. Employers must take active steps to prevent any type of discrimination, whether it’s through company initiatives, training, or through other means. It is possible for anyone to be the victim of unjust discrimination, but the most common types of discrimination are due to gender, race, color, national origin, age, religion, pregnancy, sexual orientation, and more, so you have to be a proactive employer in being compliant...
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