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Data Privacy and Security in the Workplace

The balance between security and privacy has faced increased challenges over the last two decades, as information technology has become an integral part of the global environment. In the workplace, the competing interests between the employers’ and the employees’ rights and responsibilities can give rise to a multitude of complex issues. Employers must comply with […]


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Processing a Discrimination Claim with the FCHR

In Florida, a victim of employment discrimination can file a discrimination claim based on the Florida Civil Rights Act of 1992 (FCRA) with the Florida Commission for Human Relations (FCHR), the state agency enforcing anti-discrimination laws. Florida’s anti-discrimination statute offers protection from discrimination on the basis of factors also protected by federal law, such as […]


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Processing a Discrimination Claim with the EEOC

Processing a Discrimination Claim with the EEOC A victim of employment discrimination should file his or her claim as soon as possible after the discrimination has occurred, or risk losing the right to recover damages. A job applicant or employee who has experienced employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, […]


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Damages in Employment Discrimination Claims (Part 2): Factors Affecting the Size of the Recovery

(This article is a continuation from Damages in Employment Discrimination Claims (Part 1): Types of Damages in Actionable Discrimination) In addition to the recovery limitations existing within the anti-discrimination laws, such as punitive damages caps and damage exclusions, there are other factors that may affect (increase, reduce, or eliminate) the amount of recovery under a […]


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