Quid pro quo sexual harassment, as I’ve discussed previously, is just one form of sexual harassment (the other primary method being unwanted sexual advances). Quid pro quo means “something for something.” With quid pro quo sexual harassment, a... read more
Appealing injunctions for employment issues in South Carolina takes a lot of time and money, which most employees cannot afford. A recent case, which I’ll discuss further below, provides some potent lessons for employees faced with fighting a lawsuit and an injunction... read more
When I first started representing South Carolina employees a decade ago, I was taken aback at the haphazard and frustrating process for filing a charge of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Most of my employment cases start with... read more
If a South Carolina employee files a whistleblower retaliation complaint in South Carolina under OSHA, how long does it normally take for those complaints to be investigated? The answer: a really, really long time! Nearly five years ago, I published a blog post about... read more
In employment discrimination cases, one of the elements for certain discrimination and retaliation claims is that the employee suffered an “adverse employment action.” For example, if an employee makes a protected complaint and the company retaliates... read more
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