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Tips For Improving Workplace Investigations

Dallas employment attorney Keith Clouse shares some of the biggest mistakes employers make and how to avoid them

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Out With The Old Policies, In With A New Employee Handbook

Dallas employment attorney Keith Clouse describes several ways to improve outdated employee handbook policies

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Dallas Healthcare Service Corporation Pays $25,000 To Settle Discrimination Suit

Dallas employment lawyer Keith Clouse discusses company’s recent settlement with the EEOC for disability discrimination claim

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Can You Fire Someone For Participating In Public Protests?

Dallas employment lawyer Keith Clouse discusses employers’ rights to terminate employees for expressing their political ideologies

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Arkansas governor seeks fix for controversial religious bill

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has told lawmakers to modify a bill many view as discriminatory against gays.

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Transgender police officer fired, alleges department discrimination

A transgender police officer fired last week says she was discriminated against while working for the Middletown Police Department.

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Pregnant woman ‘broken’ after alleged Planet Fitness incident

A pregnant woman who said she was told to cover up her belly at the exercise facility says the incident left her “broken down to pieces.”

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Women still underemployed despite Japan push for equality in the workplace

Women in Japan are still facing issues with underemployment despite a push for equality in the workplace.

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UPS Accused of Discrimination and Assault by Arab Worker in EEOC Lawsuit

UPS is accused of allowing harassment and discrimination against an Arab employee, says San Francisco employment lawyer Eric Grover

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Private boarding school offers student with HIV spot after rejection

A private boarding school has agreed to allow an HIV positive student to enroll after initially denying him admission.

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