Companies will often take advantage of employees who do not know their rights. Our library articles explore the basics of employment law, including the many forms of illegal work practices, what constitutes discrimination or harassment, and when an adverse action may qualify as retaliation.
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Fighting Back Against Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Even though sexual harassment in the workplace is against the law, nearly one in three women in the U.S. has experienced it. Learn how to protect yourself.
Kansas and Missouri Employment Discrimination Under federal and state law, an employer is prohibited from making decisions based on your race, sex, religion, national origin, or disability. Learn more here.