Posts Tagged ‘pregnancy’

Remarks and inconsistent stories fuel pregnancy discrimination claim

An employer’s shifting rationale for termination doomed it to facing a jury trial on a pregnancy discrimination claim in the recent case Fassbender v. Correct Care Solutions. “What, you’re pregnant, too?” Alena Fassbender worked as a medication aide for Correct Care Solutions, LLC, a nationwide healthcare services company that contracts with jails and prisons to…

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Employer successfully fights EEOC subpoena

Any employer that has gone through an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigation knows one thing is certain: you will have to provide mountains of documents. Normally, the EEOC will informally request documents, and the employer voluntarily complies. Other times, the EEOC will request too much information, and the employer refuses to comply. The EEOC…

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