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Woman sues former employer for sexual harassment

Unfortunately, it is not uncommon in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to hear about sexual harassment occurring in the workplace. In 2011 alone, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Fair Employment Practices received more than 11,000 charges filed against employers. Of course, this doesn’t include the 70 percent of workers who say they have experienced sexual harassment but have not reported it.

Woman sues former employer for sexual harassment

Unfortunately, it is not uncommon in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to hear about sexual harassment occurring in the workplace. In 2011 alone, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Fair Employment Practices received more than 11,000 charges filed against employers. Of course, this doesn’t include the 70 percent of workers who say they have experienced sexual harassment but have not reported it.

Employee sues after she says employer violated FMLA

In Minnesota, workers have the right to take time off from work for various medical reasons without having to worry that their job is going to be placed in jeopardy. This was made possible when the Family and Medical Leave Act was passed. According to this law, qualified employees are entitled to up to 12 weeks of unpaid time off work each year for a variety for reasons including their own sickness, to care for an immediate family member who is ill or when they give birth or adopt a child. At the end of the time off, employees are guaranteed that they will be able to return to their jobs in the same position, or a position that is equal to the one they had before.

Employee sues after she says employer violated FMLA

In Minnesota, workers have the right to take time off from work for various medical reasons without having to worry that their job is going to be placed in jeopardy. This was made possible when the Family and Medical Leave Act was passed. According to this law, qualified employees are entitled to up to 12 weeks of unpaid time off work each year for a variety for reasons including their own sickness, to care for an immediate family member who is ill or when they give birth or adopt a child. At the end of the time off, employees are guaranteed that they will be able to return to their jobs in the same position, or a position that is equal to the one they had before.

Former police officer files wrongful termination lawsuit

Sometimes workplace politics can get in the way of an employee doing his or her job in Chaska, Minnesota. It can be argued that there really is no workplace that is immune to these power struggles, but some are much worse than others and tend to cross the line on a consistent basis.

Former police officer files wrongful termination lawsuit

Sometimes workplace politics can get in the way of an employee doing his or her job in Chaska, Minnesota. It can be argued that there really is no workplace that is immune to these power struggles, but some are much worse than others and tend to cross the line on a consistent basis.

Firefighter files sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuit

As education and awareness about what exactly constitutes sexual harassment increase in Chaska, Minnesota, the old excuse of “boys will be boys” is losing weight. Those who subject others to sexual harassment of any kind in the workplace are being held more and more responsible for their actions.

Firefighter files sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuit

As education and awareness about what exactly constitutes sexual harassment increase in Chaska, Minnesota, the old excuse of “boys will be boys” is losing weight. Those who subject others to sexual harassment of any kind in the workplace are being held more and more responsible for their actions.