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Employee Law

When do I file with the EEOC?

The answer to this question depends on a number of factors.  Initially, though, you need to find out whether the EEOC (which stands for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) has jurisdiction.  The EEOC enforces workplace discrimination laws which prohibit...

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USPS and Federal Employees

Federal employees, including USPS employees, face discrimination in the workplace in the same way that other employees do.  However, the legal process for handling these claims is much different than handling other employees' claims. Unlike other employees, federal...

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Is all workplace discrimination unlawful?

Nearly everyday, I speak to employees who are suffering from workplace discrimination. Many have very sympathetic tales of being treated differently that co-workers for a variety of reasons.  All ask the same question:  How do I file a workplace discrimination claim...

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Charlotte Employment Attorney

If you are looking for a Charlotte employment attorney, look no further than our firm. However, whether you use our attorneys for representation in an unlawful harassment claim, including sexual or racial harassment, or in an employment based claim for unlawful...

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Unlawful Workplace Harassment

One of the most common misconceptions I find among employees is the belief that all harassment is unlawful.  Employees hear terms like "harassment" or "hostile work environment" and apply everyday meaning to those terms. However, those are legal terms with specific...

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Non-Compete Agreements in North Carolina

"I don't need to worry about my non-compete agreement because courts in North Carolina won't enforce them."  This is a statement that I have heard over and over from employees in North Carolina.  The statement is dead wrong. North Carolina courts enforce employee...

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Job Protections for Returning Heroes

Reservist veterans returning from deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan have a special set of rights granted to them by the federal government to insure that those who have sacrificed so much are able to go back to work, and not be penalized for the time they spent...

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North Carolina Licensing Boards

Are you a licensed professional working in North Carolina? If so, protect your license if you are charged with misconduct. Recently, a client was notified that an allegation of misconduct has been made against her. This occurred when someone working for a former...

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