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New Law Requires New York City to Disclose Pay in Job Ads 

A new salary disclosure law was recently passed, impacting businesses with employees in New York City. Under the new law, which goes into effect in May 2022, any employer with more than four employees in New York City who advertises a job must state the minimum and maximum salary offered for that position in the [...]

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$100 Million Gender Discrimination Settlement For Riot Games Employees  

Video game maker Riot Games has agreed to a $100 million settlement to resolve discrimination claims. Plaintiffs, comprised of more than 2,000 current and former employees, claimed that Riot Games engaged in gender discrimination. The lawsuit was filed in 2018, and originally sought $10 million in damages, but two California agencies blocked the settlement and [...]

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Reports of College Sexual Assault on the Rise in 2021-2022 School Year 

PBS reports that as college students returned to campus amid the pandemic this past fall, they faced a heightened risk of sexual assault on campus. Larger universities, such as Virginia Tech, University of North Carolina, and Indiana University, reported an increase in sexual violence incidents on campus last fall. During the so-called “red zone,” which [...]

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Jury Awards $1.7 Million to Black Teacher Retaliated Against for Discrimination Claims 

A Boston teacher won a $1.7 million jury award after raising concerns of workplace discrimination. The jury awarded the sum after finding that the school retaliated against the teacher—the only black male teacher at the school—after he alleged discrimination. The teacher was hired part-time in 2008 and raised concerns about the school’s racially discriminatory hiring [...]

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Sexual Assault Training Program Launched at LSU to Educate Staff  

Louisiana State University launched a new program designed to train faculty and staff on how to appropriately respond to sexual assault complaints. The program is called GRACE (Gaining Resilience and Cultivating Empowerment), and aims to support LSU students and connect staff with the resources sexual assault survivors need. The university’s push to educate staff may [...]

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