Like Federal Law, the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act prohibits employers from engaging in sex discrimination. Sexual Harassment Sexual Harassment is a form of sex discrimination and involves unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, physical contact of a sexual nature, or verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, whether it is directed at an opposite or same sex victim. Harassment Based on Sex or Gender Harassment based on Sex or Gender (not gender identity) is … [Read more...]
Employment Law Articles
Wisconsin Employment Law Articles Covering Employee Issues - Including Long Term Disability Benefits, Employment contracts, Employment discrimination, Employment benefits and wages, Wrongful termination & Retaliation and Employee rights.
Wisconsin Workplace Discrimination
State and federal laws prohibit Wisconsin employers from discriminating against an employee or job candidate on the basis of an individual's race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, age, disability and other protected classes. Both Federal law, under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and Wisconsin state law, under the Wisconsin Fair Employment act (WFEA), go a long way to protect the rights of employees against discrimination. Recognizing Discrimination in Your … [Read more...]
Employment Law Blog
Welcome to our new employment law blog - check back soon for useful information to inform your employment related decisions! … [Read more...]