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Minnesota appeals court finds evidence of sexual harassment

To prove a claim for sexual harassment under the Minnesota Human Rights Act, a victim typically must produce evidence establishing that the alleged conduct was unwelcome, consisted of verbal or physical conduct or communication of a sexual nature, and was sufficiently pervasive to the extent it substantially interfered with the victim's employment or created a hostile, intimidating or offensive work environment.

Minnesota appeals court finds evidence of sexual harassment

To prove a claim for sexual harassment under the Minnesota Human Rights Act, a victim typically must produce evidence establishing that the alleged conduct was unwelcome, consisted of verbal or physical conduct or communication of a sexual nature, and was sufficiently pervasive to the extent it substantially interfered with the victim's employment or created a hostile, intimidating or offensive work environment.

Minnesota Orchestra cancels concerts through year's end

The Minnesota Orchestra recently announced that it has cancelled all concerts through the end of the year. The move may indicate that negotiations between orchestra management and musicians are at an impasse.

Minnesota Orchestra cancels concerts through year's end

The Minnesota Orchestra recently announced that it has cancelled all concerts through the end of the year. The move may indicate that negotiations between orchestra management and musicians are at an impasse.

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.

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.