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Pennsylvania Employment Law – Sexual Harassment No matter the industry, sexual harassment remains a major issue for employees across Pennsylvania including Philadelphia. Employees who report sexual harassment to a supervisor or to an HR department may be retaliated against directly or the report may be ignored or may not be taken seriously. Sexual harassment at…Read More
The Basics of Pennsylvania Employment Law, Disability Discrimination Workers with disabilities across Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia and Allentown, often face significant acts of discrimination at work, such as: firing or termination, demotion or reduced hours/pay, lack of promotion or advancement, and harassment. In addition, disabled people seeking a job may be turned down due to their…Read More
Despite recent, national attention to the problem of sexual harassment in the workplace, sexual harassment continues to be a significant issue for employees in Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia. Employees are often subjected to the following types of sexual harassment: sexual comments and jokes, sexual advances or requests for favors, physical touching, or sexual abuse or assault.…Read More
These days, #MeToo has faded slightly from the headlines. However, sexual harassment in the workplace is not a new trend, and it continues today. As much as ever before, it is still important to understand what constitutes harassment. Employers must provide a safe working environment for their employees. A safe environment includes the elimination and…Read More
I previously wrote about the troubling rise in discrimination against Asian-American. May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. That should be and is a time to celebrate. Unfortunately, discrimination will always be a part of life. But those of us who care about the very simple and basic in life – like being a decent human…Read More
On March 29, 2021, the City of Philadelphia passed a new ordinance which requires employers to pay eligible employees additional COVID paid sick leave. So, to our employee friends working in Philly, you may be entitled to COVID paid sick leave if you: Physically work in the City of Philadelphia. Work remotely because of the…Read More