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The news keeps coming of high-dollar retaliation allegations involving Michigan police departments ...

It pays to tread cautiously when dealing with employees who have publicly criticized their employers ...

Disabled employees are entitled to reasonable accommodations, including the elimination of nonessential functions. But what if an employee is functioning at a lower level than the job requires? ...

Most discrimination laws include a provision that makes it illegal to retaliate against employees who complain about discrimination ...

We’re becoming a nation of complainers, and the workplace is no exception. Consider the growing number of employees who claim they have a real or imagined disability—and want an accommodation ...

In a startling court order, a judge has required a company to tell its customers about a sexual-harassment verdict that cost it more than $2.3 million ...

For the first time, the state of Florida has passed a leave law that affects the private sector. The newly minted Domestic Violence Leave Law provides time off to employees who suffer domestic abuse ...

Employers who don’t specify essential functions and don’t ensure their job descriptions are up to date risk “function creep” in which the employee slowly, informally whittles away at the job to the point some tasks appear no longer essential ...

The Florida Supreme Court has upheld an employee’s right to sue his or her employer directly for intentional torts even when the same employee receives workers’ comp for the injury ...

The ADA says disabled employees are entitled to reasonable accommodations—but the key phrase is “reasonable” ...

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