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What Can You Do if Your Employer Is Bothering You While You Are on Medical Leave?
If you work for a private employer that has more than 50 employees in a 75-mile radius for at least 12 months and 1,250 hours, you are entitled to 12 weeks of leave under the Family Medical Leave Act. While you take FMLA leave, your employer isn't allowed to reduce your position or pay and can't interfere with your time off but can contact you to request certain information.
Workplace Programs That Reduce Racism & Discrimination
A diverse workplace adds value to your company and ensures a fresh mix of ideas, talent and energy. To recruit and retain employees from a variety of ethnic and religious backgrounds, you need to implement workplace programs that help reduce racism, discrimination and unconscious bias before these behaviors lead to harsher forms of harassment.
Inclusion Strategies for Immigrants in the Workplace
When your business hires immigrants, it needs to take steps to ensure the new employees become valued members of the organization without feeling the need to hide their cultural heritage. Multiple strategies, including equal opportunity employment briefings and the implementation of a workplace diversity program, can help expedite acceptance and growth as can selecting future employees who add value to the company.
Unfair & Biased Behavior in the Workplace
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission enforces multiple acts that protect employees from unfair workplace discrimination based on race, gender, religion, age or the existence of a disability. If you encounter unfair or biased behavior because you belong to a protected class, the commission provides you with the opportunity to protest through the workplace and, when necessary, in court. Some forms of workplace bias occur without an employer making a conscious effort to favor one person ove
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