As a South Carolina sexual harassment lawyer, I regularly meet with employees in Greenville and across the Upstate who have suffered from sexual harassment and retaliation in their workplace. In 2019, in the age of #MeToo and Harvey Weinstein and all of the other... read more
In South Carolina, the unfortunate reality for employees is that you can be fired for any reason at all, even without cause. Fairness is not the standard, at least not the written standard. However, there are exceptions to at-will employment, and the primary... read more
Employment discrimination comes in many forms, but only certain types of discrimination against employees are legally prohibited in South Carolina. The law prohibits discrimination in the workplace based on several protected categories, including age, race, sex,... read more
What Is the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)? The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the federal agency tasked with enforcing the federal employment laws in the United States. It has the authority to bring a lawsuit on behalf of employees... read more
An AT&T executive was fired recently after an employee accused him of keeping and sending racist images on his work phone. The offensive images came into the spotlight when Knoyme King, a 30-year employee at AT&T, filed a lawsuit against Aaron Slator and other... read more
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