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In EEOC v. Bob Evans Farms, (W. D. Pa. no. 15-cv-1237)(August 17, 2017, J. Hornak), the employee was a server employed at a Bob Evans restaurant for five years. The employee intended to work up until she gave birth to her second child. After the employee…
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Employees are protected from harassment at the workplace when the underlying reason behind the harassment is protected by the law. For instance, sexual harassment takes place when employees face intentional discrimination based on sex. Racial harassment…
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When an employer has a reduction in force (i.e. layoff), an employee may have an employment discrimination claim if the employee is able to establish the reason that the employee was chosen for a layoff and other similarly situated employees were not laid…
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When an employee “voluntary resigns”, an employee may still prevail in an employment discrimination claim based on age, disability, or other protected criteria. Some employers who have already made a decision to terminate an employee use a tactic where…
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Employers are required to provide reasonable accommodations to employees who are unable to perform certain work duties. Determining what constitutes a reasonable accommodation is highly fact intensive and requires consideration of a job’s essential…
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When a Pennsylvania employee is terminated shortly after commencing leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), an obvious question arises as to whether the employee’s use of FMLA protected leave was the reason, or a factor in the decision to…
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When a Pennsylvania employee is terminated shortly after commencing leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), an obvious question arises as to whether the employee’s use of FMLA protected leave was the reason, or a factor in the decision to…
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Today, rather than directly hire employees, many Pennsylvania companies and some government entities enter into contracts with staffing companies that supply their employees to perform work for these companies. Even more complicated are situations where…
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Sexual harassment at the workplace in Pennsylvania takes many forms and in some circumstances the conduct at issue can be shocking. When an employee reports sexual harassment, the employer fails to take conduct a proper investigation and fails to take…
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When a long-term employee with a good performance record is terminated after a new supervisor makes ageist and sexist comments about the employee and the employee complains about the comments is then terminated, an employee has viable causes of action for…
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