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Appeals Court Upholds Termination of Employee for Violating Sick Leave Policy

Posted:
12/08/2016
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Employment Litigation, Labor and Employment, Litigation

Brittany Medio, an associate in Saul Ewing’s Employment Litigation Practice, authored this article in HR Daily Advisor which describes a case in which the court dismissed an employee’s retaliation claims of harassment and gender discrimination. Furthermore, the article explains how a clear violation of a company policy often takes precedent over claims of discrimination or harassment.

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