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December 2016 Archives

Ignoring workplace retaliation may harm Colorado workers

Many individuals may have experienced situations in which they have been treated differently after carrying out certain actions. While these types of incidents are unfortunate, many individuals may choose to move on and ignore the change in treatment. However, some incidents should not be ignored. If individuals have faced retaliation at work due to filing complaints or other actions, they may wish to look into how they can address the issue.

Turner Broadcasting, CNN named in race discrimination lawsuit

Many Colorado residents may think that working for a well-known company is a great accomplishment. While this notion may be true in some cases, even employees at big companies could face mistreatment. It was recently reported that two men in another state have filed a class-action lawsuit against CNN, Turner Broadcasting and Time Warner due to race discrimination.

Colorado residents affected by retaliation may have legal options

The loss of a job can have considerable impacts on an individual's life. Those effects can be even more difficult when a dismissal comes about as a form of retaliation. Though unnecessary punishment toward a whistleblower is illegal, some employers may still carry out such action. Luckily, individuals who have faced wrongful termination may have legal options. 

Race discrimination claims against Facebook lead to lawsuit

Discrimination can poison many opportunities for qualified individuals. Colorado residents may be interested in a case of race discrimination involving Facebook. Reports stated that a federal lawsuit was recently filed by two men, one of whom is still employed with the company. The African-American men believe that the company has participated in discriminatory acts that have affected their jobs.

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