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TWC vs EEOC How to File and What to Say

When it comes to employee rights and protections, two organizations that frequently come to the forefront are the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). Although these organizations have somewhat overlapping mandates, their scope, jurisdiction, and processes differ significantly.

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Can you Sue your Employer for Sexual Harassment in Texas?

In today’s world, a safe and respectful workplace is a fundamental right for every employee. Unfortunately, instances of sexual harassment can still occur, creating a hostile and uncomfortable environment.

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Texas Lawmakers Strengthen Employee Safeguards Against Sexual Harassment

In this blog post, we will delve into the details of Texas’ expanding employer liability and explore the potential consequences and insights that emerge from these developments.

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Bad Bosses How to Deal with a Hostile Work Environment

In today’s professional world, every employee deserves a safe and respectful working environment. Unfortunately, instances of workplace sexual harassment can still occur, and when it involves a boss, the situation becomes particularly delicate and challenging to handle.

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What is the Department of Labor?

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is a federal executive department of the United States government responsible for overseeing and enforcing labor laws and regulations. Its primary mission is to promote and protect the welfare of American workers by ensuring safe and healthy working conditions, enforcing labor laws, and providing resources and information related to employment and the workforce.

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