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Workplace Fairness
Source: Workplace Fairness

A non-profit organization that provides information, education and assistance to individual workers and their advocates nationwide and promotes public policies that advance employee rights.
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Watson v. Fort Worth Bank & Trust
Source: Findlaw

U.S. Supreme Court case discussing the test to determine the validity of an employer's promotion decision when the decision is based upon a supervisor's subjective opinion.
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What's Illegal Discrimination
Source: Seattle Office For Civil Rights

Information about illegal discriminatory practices in Seattle.
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Supreme Court Holds Former Employees Are Protected by Title VII's Anti-Retaliation Provision
Source: Findlaw

Article by Matkov, Salzman, Madoff & Gunn about when a person may sue a former employer for retaliating against the person when the person reported the employer to the EEOC.
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Civil Rights Division: Employment Litigation Section - Frequently Asked Questions
Source: United States Department of Justice

Information about Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the relationship between the EEOC and the Department of Justice, filing a discrimination claim, and more.
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