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Do I automatically get spousal support?

There are cases where people think they automatically qualify for spousal support. For example, if you have stayed at home for 10 years to help raise your children, it makes sense that you think spousal support would be automatic. After all, getting a job when you have been out of the workforce for so long may be difficult, and you may still have very young children.

Can a business refuse to hire me because I am deaf?

In some ways, having a disability is the new normal. For example, statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that 16.3 percent of American adults have at least some physical difficulty functioning. The percentage of all noninstitutionalized adults with sight issues is 9.4, and the percentage of those with hearing issues is 15.3.

Alternatives to co-parenting

Sometimes, after a high-conflict divorce, it can be difficult to parent a child with your ex-spouse. But the research shows that a child needs both parents, even though there might be animosity and anger between them. Co-parenting is a popular option, but parents have to be able to communicate with each other for co-parenting to be successful. 

All you need to know about workplace pregnancy discrimination

Congratulations! If you are adding a new member to your family, your thoughts should be on cribs, car seats and baby showers. If you are a working mother, you may also have concerns about job stability while you are pregnant, during your maternity leave and even after you come back to work.

Before your teen gets a job

Allowing your young teenager to get a job in middle school or high school is a big step with lots of considerations. It could be an important opportunity to teach responsibility and many other character traits. You may hope that the job will help your teen develop a strong work ethic and learn new skills, or allow him or her to save for college and learn how to budget with a real income.

Small businesses and discrimination: Creating a workplace policy

As a small business owner, you have a lot to worry about. Running a business is difficult, and one of the biggest challenges can be human resources. It’s an area that encompasses a range of issues, including creating an anti-discrimination policy for your workplace.

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