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Long-Term Sexual Abuse Has Long-Term Effects On Victims: Why And How To Report Your Suspicions

A pastor allegedly molesting children he served over a span of 20 years. What are the effects of long-term sexual abuse on victims?
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U.S.A. Swimming Accused Of Reports Of Sexual Abuse: Steps Organizations Can Take

Team USA leaders are accused of ignoring reports of hundreds of minors being sexually abused by coaches. We examine the facts.
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Hostile Work Environment For Teens: Child Abuse And Sexual Harassment

A national restaurant chain is facing a federal lawsuit for sexual harassment, filed by the father of a former employee, a teenage girl. We examine the facts.
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Be On The Lookout For Risks That Can Injure Very Young Children In Your Care

A family is suing a local day care after their baby suffered severe burns while in its care. We examine the facts.
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Children Are Accessible To Offenders Through Social Media Sites

Instagram has more than one billion users, but are they safe for children? We examine.

Past Sexual Abuse Of Students Leads To Liability Beyond The Grave?

A new lawsuit against Ohio State University for alleged sexual assaults committed by Richard Strauss, a deceased team physician, brings number of his victims to nearly 350. We examine the facts.

Do Female Supervisors Feel The Most Guilt When Firing An Employee? You Make The Call

It's common to feel guilty about firing someone, but do women feel more anxiety about it than men? You make the call and join the conversation.

Podcast Alert: Why EEOC Charges Are Dropping Like A Rock

Jack McCalmon
Jack McCalmon, Esq. discusses the recent fiscal year charge data released by the EEOC and what that tells employers.