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Title VII cases are on the rise. Are you ready Corporate America?

The EEOC has reported a significant increase in Title VII Retaliation charges in the past year.


It is not clear whether this is due to an actual increase in employment discrimination, heightened awareness following the enormous social impact of the "me too" and BLM movements or simply because more people are out of work and looking for someone to blame. As an employer, the reasons may not be as important to you as how to eliminate discrimination from your workplace, how to address discrimination claims appropriately and effectively when they arise and how to avoid them in the first place.


IT'S HARD TO ARGUE WITH A TIGER WHEN YOUR HEAD IS IN ITS MOUTH:


The best way to prevent employment discrimination claims is to prevent employment discrimination. As an employer, you should know that discrimination based on race, sex, religion, age, disability, or sexual orientation/identity is wrong and it is illegal. Retaliating against an employee for m