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The tolerance for sexual harassment and any interplay between work and sex is at an all-time low. Public employers need to take time now to audit their workplaces, policies, procedures and practices in the post-Weinstein world.
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MCIT coverage provides for the defense of Minnesota Department of Human Rights (MDHR) and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) claims that allege discrimination in hiring. These claims are often brought by applicants who did not receive a job offer.To successfully defend against discrimination in hiring claims, MCIT provides risk management advice.
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The laws of the United States and Minnesota require a balancing act to accommodate religious beliefs but not impose religious beliefs. Employers must be vigilant in making religious accommodations for their employees’ beliefs, practices and activities. Failure to do so can subject the employer to liability under federal Title VII and the Minnesota Human Rights Act (MHRA).
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This article provides a brief overview of laws involved with the most common types of employment complaints and examples of potential employment claims, such as alleged civil rights violations, negligent hiring, negligent supervision, negligent retention and vicarious liability.