Blog Posts in October, 2013

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  • Latest Release of Our Recent Study On Dismissed Discrimination Cases in Georgia
    Latest Release of Our Recent Study On Dismissed Discrimination Cases in Georgia

    When an employee is harassed at work because of his or her race or gender, it is assumed under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that the individual will have the chance to confront the ...

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  • Do Working Mothers Face a Glass Ceiling?
    Do Working Mothers Face a Glass Ceiling?

    When a professional woman becomes a mother, her time management, organization and problem-solving skills all become heightened so that she can tackle her busy days at home and at the office. These ...

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  • Health Care Options For The Unemployed
    Health Care Options For The Unemployed

    IS COBRA OR THE AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE ACT BETTER FOR YOU? Are you unemployed and thinking about COBRA or currently uninsured? Is COBRA more expensive than you can afford? If you are employed with ...

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  • Disclosing a Major Health Issue to Your Employer
    Disclosing a Major Health Issue to Your Employer

    You’re likely working alongside someone facing a serious health crisis. A coworker who is undergoing chemotherapy to treat her cancer. An officemate with a mental illness who requires medication to ...

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  • Coping With Job Loss
    Coping With Job Loss

    Whether we like it or not, we are identified by our career. When we meet someone new, the first question after “What’s your name?” is always “So, what do you do for a living?” For more than 1.2 ...

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  • Protecting Your Job When Layoffs Loom
    Protecting Your Job When Layoffs Loom

    In today’s economy, there are few industries that are immune to the possibility of layoffs. In the past week, HTC, Boeing, BlackBerry, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America have all announced cuts, and ...

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