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Fighting Sexual Harassment: In 2016, Popular Fox News Host Megyn Kelly Finally Stood Up to Her Powerful But Harassing Boss

Megyn Kelly initially kept quiet when Gretchen Carlson’s sexual harassment allegations against former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes emerged. It had been a decade since Kelly herself suffered  from Ailes’s sexually harassing behavior, which only ended when Kelly made her refusal as clear as day and complained to anyone at Fox who would listen to

New Jersey Employment Lawyers Win Big for Gretchen Carlson

When Fox News anchorwoman Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment suit against her boss, employment attorneys across the nation could not have predicted the ending. In a record-breaking development, 21st Century Fox attorneys have announced that they settled with Carlson for a whopping $20 million, the largest single-plaintiff pre-trial settlement of a sexual harassment lawsuit

U.S. EEOC Select Task Force Releases Important and Timely Study of Workplace Harassment

Earlier this summer, the EEOC’s Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace issued its long-anticipated Report, in four-part format and an Executive Summary that we link here for your information and guidance.  The Summary provides a superb and convenient overview of the 88-page report. Here are some of the Report’s highlights:

Think men can’t be the victim of sexual harassment? Consider again.

When some people hear the term sexual harassment they automatically presume it pertains only to men harassing women. While it is true that men sexually harass women, men can be victims of sexual harassment. When it happens in the workplace, it is against the law. According to statistics provided by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity

Sexual harassment victims: Do you know what steps to take?

Too many people are forced to deal with sexual harassment and a hostile work environment. People in this position experience a variety of emotions from fear to anger to helplessness and confusion. They need to know how to handle these workplace insults, assaults, and retaliations. In this post we will provide some information regarding internal

Sexual harassment victimizes “small business” workers as well as large

For most of us, work is not optional. To pay for even the bare necessities, people must work. In the best of worlds, people and their jobs are a good fit. When that is so, and for the most part, workers enjoy their jobs. But that is not always true. People who are victims of

Sexual harassment is most prevalent in a certain profession!! And here’s why

According to a recent study, conducted by the Restaurant Opportunities Center United (“ROCU”), women who work as servers in the restaurant industry are particularly vulnerable to sexual harassment. The report is based upon a survey conducted on 688 restaurant workers-both former and current-from 39 states. The organization that sponsored the study is a workers’ rights

Employers are required to provide a workplace free of sexual harassment.

People expect to be treated fairly and respectfully by their employers. One expectation, created by federal and New Jersey law, is that they will work in an environment that is free from sexual harassment. Unfortunately, not every workplace complies with these mandates. When an employee finds that he or she is a victim of sexual harassment, that individual

The 2 common types of sexual harassment in the workplace

While state and federal laws specifically prohibit sexual harassment in the workplace, some New Jersey employers are less vigorous than they could be in seeing that these laws are observed. They sometimes operate this way because they know that the victims of sexual harassment may feel too embarrassed to come forward or are kept silent

Former employee sues startup for harassment

New Jersey technology fans might be interested to hear that a woman who formerly worked for the dating app Tinder is suing the company for gender-based discrimination and sexual harassment. Early on in the company’s existence, the woman was its vice president for marketing and was also a co-founder of the business. For a short

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