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Sexual harassment lawsuit ends in financial settlement

Everyone in Minneapolis is aware that sexual harassment is a serious issue and that every company should have policies which send the message that such behavior will not be tolerated. In spite of these policies, many employees are subjected to sex harassment and complain that their employers did not take their claims seriously or initiate any action against the harasser. This can create an uncomfortable work environment if victims are subjected to offensive sexual comments or even physical actions. Often their only choice is to take legal action against the company.

Sexual harassment lawsuit ends in financial settlement

Everyone in Minneapolis is aware that sexual harassment is a serious issue and that every company should have policies which send the message that such behavior will not be tolerated. In spite of these policies, many employees are subjected to sex harassment and complain that their employers did not take their claims seriously or initiate any action against the harasser. This can create an uncomfortable work environment if victims are subjected to offensive sexual comments or even physical actions. Often their only choice is to take legal action against the company.

Gender pay disparity still exists in Minnesota's workplaces

Income inequality based on gender may still be an issue in Minnesota's workplaces, based on information contained in the Census Bureau's 2012 American Community Survey. The survey compared the median incomes of employed women with their male counterparts. In Minnesota, that income ratio is 68 cents to every dollar earned by a male employee.

Gender pay disparity still exists in Minnesota's workplaces

Income inequality based on gender may still be an issue in Minnesota's workplaces, based on information contained in the Census Bureau's 2012 American Community Survey. The survey compared the median incomes of employed women with their male counterparts. In Minnesota, that income ratio is 68 cents to every dollar earned by a male employee.