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Juries appear to be more willing than judges to award punitive damages

Juries appear to be more willing than judges to award punitive damages.

22. U.S. employment laws apply to U.S. companies regardless of their location.

23. Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), people are compared to each other, so discrimination can occur when an employee age 45 receives better treatment than an employee age 55.

24. Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), an older employee can claim a case of hostile environment if negative or derogatory comments related to age create an abusive workplace.

25. Someone with poor vision that can be corrected with glasses is still considered disabled.

26. An employee who formerly used illegal drugs who is involved in an outpatient treatment program can be considered as having a disability.

27. An employer is not required to provide an accommodation if the accommodation creates an undue hardship, which means the accommodation costs too much relative to resources available to the company or the accommodation requires significant changes in how work is done.

28. The Equal Pay Act of 1963 applies to members of all protected classes.

29. Equal pay is not an issue under the Equal Pay Act of 1963 if pay differences are a result of seniority, merit, or performance.

30. If an employee is qualified for time off under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), an employer must grant the employee up to 12 weeks of paid leave.

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