The HR Specialist: Texas Employment Law

Slights and on-the-job isolation are not enough for an employee to make out a case for retaliation for reporting discrimination or participating in litigation against one’s employer.

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Employers aren’t required to create new positions to meet a disabled employee’s needs, but they must consider the employee for open positions that he or she may be qualified to perform.

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When a salaried employee works a different schedule, you must make sure your system captures the deviation and adjusts the paycheck accordingly.

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Don’t let an employee tell you he should be excused from appropriate workplace behavior because of a disability.

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Houston nightclub hotspot Diallo’s faces an EEOC lawsuit after the owner allegedly insisted an employee prove she was HIV-negative.

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Here are some strategies for minimizing the potential for alcohol-related misconduct.

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Even if union members quit their union, they still have the right to be represented in workplace disputes.

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A contractor hired to perform work for a city isn’t responsible for an injured government employee whose work it did not control.

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Smart employers catalog every instance of discipline. Those records come in handy if you must fire one employee for breaking the same rule as another employee who wasn’t terminated.

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If you reject a qualified candidate but leave the position open while still seeking someone with similar qualifications, that’s an open invitation to be sued for discrimination.

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