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Discrimination based on marital status is often a claim that can stand on its own. Additional, marital status discrimination can have significant overlaps with gender discrimination and, in that way, employer decisions based on marital status are generally prohibited.

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Every human evaluates other humans with overt and hidden bias. Unfortunately, acting on that bias is illegal in many cases and hiring managers are chronically unaware of their own hidden bias.

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The world of texting at work has changed the wold of work. Textual harassment, evidentiary standards, and workplace standards have all been influenced by SMS. Employers must understand, analyze, and regulate the way texting changes the way they work and the culture texting breeds.

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Upjohn Warnings are warnings given to employees of an employer represented by an attorney. It is important to explain who is represented by the attorney and typically the employee does not have any protection from the employer's attorney. Similarly, individuals conducting workplace investigations should provide an explanation to interviewees explaining exactly who they are working for.

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No single policy will address any employee's discrimination obligations. The topic of workplace discrimination is so vast one statement simply could not cover all the variations. A few of the broadest discrimination policies are discussed in this article.

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