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We’ve Adapted to Remote Work—And So Has Sexual Harassment.
We’ve Adapted to Remote Work—And So Has Sexual Harassment.

Our work lives have been irreparably transformed as a consequence of the global pandemic. While that means our work habits and schedules have adapted, more sinister aspects of the workplace have also changed, such as workplace harassment and discrimination. As many of us are ...

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Blog posts in Sexual Harassment Policies

  • Midwest High Court: Religious Employers May Discriminate Against—But Not Abuse—Their Employees

    Sandor Demkovich was a music director at a suburban Chicago Catholic church before he was fired from his position in 2014 after just two years of ...

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  • “Religious” Employees Have Been Stripped of Their Rights. How Should They and Their Employers Respond?

    The Supreme Court is often tasked with discerning where to draw the line when civil rights and religious liberty come into conflict. Earlier this ...

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  • Top 5 Ways Employers Can Use Harassment Training to Improve Culture

    The road to hell is paved with good intentions, and nowhere is that more apparent than in legislation. Illinois legislators expended great effort last ...

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  • Illinois Employers Now Required to Provide Anti-Harassment Training

    Employment law practitioners serving victims of workplace harassment and assisting businesses in creating healthy work environments have reason to ...

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  • Google Employees "Sit In" to Protest Retaliation in Wake of Walkout

    On May 1, International Workers’ Day , over 1,000 Google employees from offices across the globe participated in a sit-in to oppose the retaliation ...

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  • The Walkout for Real Change: Google Employees Take a Step toward Solidarity and Shared Control

    Over 20,000 employees in an estimated 50 cities worldwide walked out of their Google offices on November 1 st in protest over the company’s poor ...

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  • Statewide Protections for All Workers Have Yet to Materialize

    The State of Illinois enjoys strong anti-discrimination protections. The Illinois Human Rights Act (“IHRA”) forbids an employer from discriminating ...

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  • A Mid-Year #MeToo Check-In

    As the echoes of survivors’ stories of harassment and assault continue to reverberate through our culture, many of our clients have taken the time to ...

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  • What Counts as Sexual Harassment in the Workplace?

    Employers have a responsibility to provide a safe working environment for their employees. This includes eliminating sexual harassment. Prevention is ...

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