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Milwaukee, WI employment attorneys for sexual harassment claimsBy Attorney Erin Strohbehn

In the United States of America, everyone has the right to work in a professional setting free of sexual harassment, discrimination, and intimidation. In Wisconsin, sexual harassment and discrimination of any kind is prohibited in the workplace. According to the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, victims of sexual harassment and discrimination may be able to recover financial damages if the proper measures were not taken to address these issues. Damages may include loss of income and physical and emotional suffering. When addressing these matters, employers will want to work with an experienced employment law attorney.

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment occurs when a person experiences unwelcome sexual advances, demands for sexual favors, or inappropriate verbal or physical conduct. Sexual harassment in the workplace typically falls into one of two categories:

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Milwaukee employment attorney, employment law, employment agreements, non-compete agreements,  employment contractsStarting a new business is an exciting time for everyone involved, especially for the business owners once they see their plans come to fruition. However, the myriad of details that require attention when starting a new business can be overwhelming, and there are many complex issues that a business owner will need to deal with, from financial arrangements and tax issues to decisions about property.

One area that should not be overlooked when starting a new business is employment law. Employers will need to be sure that they are abiding by the law in any employment contracts and that the terms of their employment agreements are enforceable.

Employment Agreements in Wisconsin

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