Emojis Are Starting to Pop Up in Discrimination and Harassment Cases

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Law.com recently pronounced, “The Emojis are Coming!” 

That article got me thinking, are they coming to workplace litigation, too? After all, emojis are a form of communication, and work is all about communication. Which would suggest that we would start seeing them in harassment and discrimination cases.

According to Bloomberg Law, mentions of emojis in federal discrimination lawsuits doubled from 2016 to 2017. Let’s not get crazy. The doubling went from six cases to 12 cases. But, a trend is a trend.

While harassment cases dominate these filings, it’s not just employees who are using to establish a hostile work

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