Are you currently being discriminated against at your current workplace, and you are not sure what to do? If so, it all starts with being able to prove that you are a victim of discrimination.
Here are three different ways to do it so that you can collect the evidence you need for a potential lawsuit.
Establish You Have A Protective Characteristic
You need to be able to prove that you have some sort of characteristic that is protected by workplace discrimination laws.
If you own or run a small importing business, you've probably realized by now that navigating the international waters of imports and exports can be intimidating, especially when it comes to getting your products across customs. If you don't have someone on your team who knows all about these rules, even the simplest of mistakes can cost you time and money — not to mention damage your reputation in the industry.
Hurt workers are almost always covered when they suffer an injury or illness because of their jobs. However, some workers who believe they have coverage end up being denied. Not all workers fall into the correct category for benefits like medical expenses and disability wages. If you have been hurt at work but are not sure about your benefits, read below to find out more.
Know Your Employer
It's not always obvious when it comes to a job.