Every day, thousands of frivolous or non-meritorious charges of discrimination and lawsuits are filed against employers. Even if the case is non-meritorious, defending against a lawsuit can be extremely expensive. Moreover, nobody likes being accused of being a racist or sexist. For this reason, employers and supervisors often become just as emotionally distraught as the employee who is complaining.
Although current employees can and do file complaints against their employers for allegedly unlawful employment practices, most cases involve former employees who have been terminated. Former employees often file weak or non-meritorious lawsuits because they are upset and they want to “get even.” The following will provide advice on how to limit liability and avoid lawsuits.
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