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While employers in Wisconsin are not required to give evaluations or keep personnel files—they are wise to do them, and do them thoughtfully
How can I prove age discrimination if I am fired, demoted, or passed over for promotions?
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Workplace retaliation claims can be extremely challenging for companies to defend, and they can be incredibly costly to businesses.
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court clarifies language in a 2013 state employment law that made it easier for employers to deny unemployment claims