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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.

These three are among the names being floated as possible nominees to become the Trump administration’s Secretary of Labor, according to Politico.com.
When an employee requests leave for family care, medical, parenting or military emergencies, the first thing an employer should do is to determine if the leave qualifies as time off under the FMLA.
When a salaried employee works a different schedule, you must make sure your system captures the deviation and adjusts the paycheck accordingly.
Such an agreement can be the kiss of death if it's anything like one recently reviewed by the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals.
Labor organizers claim they have named McDonald’s Corp. as a defendant in a series of sexual harassment complaints.
How you set up bonus programs can have a big impact on your overtime budget.
An employee could become so agitated that she develops an anxiety disorder that requires a reasonable accommodation—such as separating the harasser from her.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has concluded that the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act may include an unpaid intern as a covered employee under the act.
When a worker requests FMLA leave but isn’t eligible because she hasn’t worked the requisite hours, there’s no need to go further.
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