How to Deal with Racism in the Workplace

Racism in the workplace can take many forms, but for the purpose of this article, racism in the workplace refers to behavior in which an individual is subjected to negative treatment because of their race. Individuals may experience racism at work when they are treated poorly or accused of poor performance due to assumptions about what people of their race can or cannot do.

By |March 1st, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

7 Frequent Workplace Legal Issues

Nobody wants a legal battle with an employer but sometimes it is the only way to receive justice for an unfair employment situation. A surprising number of employers in Florida fail to understand the local employment laws and don’t live up to their obligations towards employees. These rules exist to maintain a safe and fair environment for everyone and they change frequently as employment law evolves. Disregarding them can lead to legal disputes over common workplace issues that could be avoided. Understanding the most frequent types of legal issues can help employers avoid problems and employees understand what their legal rights are.

By |February 22nd, 2022|Categories: Employment Law|0 Comments

Signs of Workplace Retaliation

Annie was happy at her job as an administrative assistant – she constantly received outstanding performance reviews and was well-liked and respected by her co-workers. That is until a new supervisor said "old folks like Annie" couldn’t possibly learn a new software program. The supervisor turned down her request to be trained, and a younger, less-experienced employee received a choice assignment that required using the program.

By |December 30th, 2021|Categories: Workplace Harassment|0 Comments

Understanding Bullying in the Workplace

If you are being bullied at work, it is important to understand the nature of workplace bullying and what you can do about it. Stories of workplace bullying and harassment may seem distant until it happens to you, a loved one, or a friend. While many of us remember the “schoolyard bully,” the same damaging behavior goes on every day in workplaces across the country.

By |October 19th, 2021|Categories: Workplace Harassment|0 Comments

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