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How to Get Sued for Harassment, Discrimination, and Wrongful Termination

How to Get Sued for Harassment, Discrimination, and Wrongful Termination

1. Treat employees differently based solely on their age, gender, disability, race, religion, veteran status, pregnancy, LGBTQ status, and other such factors.

2. Do not document anything, especially not infractions of company policies and procedures.

3. Openly use derogatory language and direct it toward members of protected class.

4. Do not give employees an opportunity to complain about issues in the workplace.

5. If someone does complain about harassment or discrimination, do not investigate. Just fire them on the spot.

If these instructions do not result in a discrimination, harassment or wrongful termination claim, then please refer your employees to us. We’ll be happy to help.


Article written by Eric A. Shore, President and Managing Attorney

*Attorneys at the Law Offices of Eric A. Shore handle Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims throughout the United States. Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation and other types of cases are only handled in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland.

National Headquarters are located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but we serve Social Security claimants in many communities throughout the United States including: New York, Miami, Tampa, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Dallas, San Antonio, Boston, Buffalo, Brooklyn, Newark, and Pennsauken.

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