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Legal Information: North Carolina
North Carolina Workplace Protections
Laws current as of May 1, 2019
Being a victim of domestic violence can affect many parts of your life, including your job. You cannot be discriminated against or punished by an employer because you have take time off work to file for a domestic violence protective order. Also, if you have to quit your job because of domestic violence, you may still be entitled to unemployment benefits.
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