Blog Posts in November, 2016

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  • Executive Compensation
    Executive Compensation

    In most occupations, it’s a fairly simple matter for job applicants to negotiate the salary they want. Typically, there is a reasonable salary range for a given position, and the negotiation takes ...

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  • Disability Discrimination in the Workplace
    Disability Discrimination in the Workplace

    Life can be difficult for individuals who live with a physical or mental disability, and a large part of their struggle are the issues they face in securing and maintaining gainful employment. Many ...

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  • Facts About Religious Discrimination and Harassment
    Facts About Religious Discrimination and Harassment

    In America, everyone has the right to worship freely according to his or her beliefs. Religious freedom is a constitutional right, and employers and co-workers are legally forbidden from ...

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  • Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
    Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

    Sexual harassment is a serious workplace issue for both employers and employees. When an employee is sexually harassed, it can affect his or her confidence and productivity, can make him or her ...

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  • Georgia's At-Will Employment Doctrine
    Georgia's At-Will Employment Doctrine

    At-will employment in Georgia is a two-way street. Employees who become dissatisfied with their job have the freedom to resign their position at any time for any reason or no reason whatsoever. Less ...

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  • To Complain or Not to Complain, That is the Question
    To Complain or Not to Complain, That is the Question

    When coworkers have different ideas about how to communicate or how to approach tasks at work, friction can result. Employees may take issue with the leadership style of their superiors, leaders may ...

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