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What Are Your Remedies if You’re Paid Unequally Based on Sex

Employees in Georgia are protected by federal and state equal pay laws. The principal statute is the Equal Pay Act, which requires employers to pay workers the same wage for similar work regardless of their gender. The state version essentially tracks the federal law. The Equal Pay Act prohibits pay discrimination on the basis of Read More

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How Employees of Private Companies Can Sue Over Discrimination in Georgia

Unlike many other states, Georgia does not have a comprehensive anti-discrimination law that shields private employees. Instead, those who work for private companies must rely on federal laws, which are enforced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), plus a small handful of state laws that address specific types of discrimination. The Georgia Fair Employment Read More

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Time Limits on Filing Discrimination Claims

If you’ve been a victim of discrimination, you have a limited amount of time to file a claim. Usually, the claim must be filed within 180 days from the date that the discrimination occurred. Federal applicants and employees must file a claim within 45 days through an Equal Employment Opportunity counselor. Under certain circumstances, the Read More

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