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How to handle pregnancy harassment

Some babies are planned and some are surprises, but for women in the workplace, all require careful strategizing to coordinate for medical appointme nts and pregnancy-related costs. Many women do not have the luxury of quitting work once they have a baby, so their jobs can become more important once the extra expense of a child is added on. When employers decide that they no longer want to employ an expectant mother, it is not only inconsiderate but can also be illegal.

Minnesota limousine drivers file sex discrimination suit

Three female limousine drivers recently filed a federal lawsuit, alleging sex discrimination against a very famous client: Prince Abdul-Rahman bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia. Their complaint also names as defendants the three limousine firms which allegedly hired drivers for the prince. Two of the limousine firms are Minnesota-based; the other company operates out of New York.

Minnesota limousine drivers file sex discrimination suit

Three female limousine drivers recently filed a federal lawsuit, alleging sex discrimination against a very famous client: Prince Abdul-Rahman bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia. Their complaint also names as defendants the three limousine firms which allegedly hired drivers for the prince. Two of the limousine firms are Minnesota-based; the other company operates out of New York.

Minnesota company settles gender discrimination lawsuit

In Minnesota, both state and federal laws prohibit employers from discriminating on the basis of sex or gender. Those laws typically require employers to treat male and female employees equally in matters such as hiring, compensation, layoffs, promotions, job training, and working conditions. Significantly, those protections may also extend to prospective job applicants, as today's story illustrates.

Minnesota company settles gender discrimination lawsuit

In Minnesota, both state and federal laws prohibit employers from discriminating on the basis of sex or gender. Those laws typically require employers to treat male and female employees equally in matters such as hiring, compensation, layoffs, promotions, job training, and working conditions. Significantly, those protections may also extend to prospective job applicants, as today's story illustrates.

Minnesota Senate facing hearing over gender discrimination claim

Love is in the air at the Minnesota Senate. Or at least it was, and the aftermath may now become the subject of a public hearing, according to a recent invoice for legal costs in defending against the associated gender discrimination claim.

Minnesota Senate facing hearing over gender discrimination claim

Love is in the air at the Minnesota Senate. Or at least it was, and the aftermath may now become the subject of a public hearing, according to a recent invoice for legal costs in defending against the associated gender discrimination claim.