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What's one of the most powerful ways to stop sexual harassment?

As in most problems that plague society, like drunk driving, domestic violence, sexual violence and other bad behavior -- one of the most powerful tools that can be used to stop sexual harassment in its tracks is, you guessed it, education. When Florida communities can educate the victims of sexual harassment -- as well as would-be sexual harassers -- about what sexual harassment looks like, how to identify it and what to do to stop it, we begin to put a spanner in the gearbox of this ugly engine of disgusting behavior.

Employment contract law in Miami

An employment contract that isn't court enforceable is virtually worthless. That's why it's important for Miami employees and employers alike to review their employment contracts carefully to ensure that they conform to Florida law. That said, it's difficult -- if not impossible -- for the average layperson to evaluate the legal issues contained in the average employment contract; therefore, if you need to draft such a contract, you might want to get help from an experienced employment law attorney.

Were you wrongfully terminated? Stand up for your rights in court

Wrongful terminations happen often in the state of Florida. What doesn't happen often is a worker who actually holds his ex-employer legally accountable for a wrongful termination. Indeed, numerous instances of inappropriate job loss sail past the radar of the courts because the victims of the wrongful termination don't know that they've been harmed unjustly.

Uber executive resigns after sexual harassment accusations

The vice president of production and growth for the Uber ridesharing smartphone application has resigned from his position amidst accusations of sexual harassment. The vice president — who used to be an executive at Facebook — joined Uber in 2013.

Alleged sexual harassment in Florida prison

Over 500 female prison workers from the U.S. Bureau of Prisons have negotiated a multimillion-dollar sexual harassment settlement. The class-action plaintiffs have been involved in the litigation of a lawsuit alleging that they were subjected to sexual harassment by inmates and managers at their prison workplaces.

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