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A federal court jury recently awarded $17,500 in damages to a former employee of the Virginia Beach Lifesaving Service after finding the woman was fired for filing a discrimination complaint, the woman’s attorney said. Former lifeguard Robin Lang was able to show that the lifesaving service retaliated against her by firing her after she filed a gender discrimination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, said attorney Lisa A. Bertini, who represented Lang.
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- Lisa Bertini attends MLK Jr. Memorial in NYC – Lisa attended the Dr. MLK Jr. Memorial at the Fifth Ave Presbyterian Church in NYC to hear the inspiring words of Rev Barber. Then she marched to pray for a change for moral revolution/ revival in front of Trump tower. Woke. Click here to listen to Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II
- Virginia Fellow Lisa Bertini quoted in The New York Times – The human resources department at my company (a nonprofit with about 100 employees) is extremely concerned with avoiding hiring factors that might get us into trouble legally. So obviously they don’t ask candidates about age, marital status and so forth. But they also do not look at a potential employee’s social media. After an offer.
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- Lisa Bertini Discusses Employers’ Limits With Social Media – Lisa Bertini spoke to The Hampton Roads Business Journal on how far employers can go when researching potential hires on social media. Topics of discussion include hiring based off of political views, religious beliefs, and internet privacy. Read the full article here.
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