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A court has dismissed a company’s assertion that a former employee now working and being paid as a corporation means the employee was no longer an employee.
The number of improper expense report requests—from the surprising to the mundane—shows little sign of decline, says a new survey.
Refusing to consider an ADA accommodation can spell big legal trouble. Give disabled workers a chance to prove they can do the job.
Retain the right to terminate by ensuring that all materials include a clear at-will employment statement.
An out-of-date employee handbook is more of a liability than an asset.
Employees who simultaneously file an EEOC charge and an internal complaint usually can’t win a retaliation claim just because their internal complaint was put on hold pending the outcome of the EEOC claim.
Employees who return from FMLA leave may not be fully healed. They may, in fact, have developed serious enough medical problems to be disabled under the ADA.
Increasingly, courts have been tossing out cases early on when it’s clear the former employee isn’t sure exactly what she thinks the employer did, but just assumes it was some sort of discrimination.
Unlike employees in the private sector, government workers have the right to speak out on matters of public importance without being punished for doing so.
A salacious Wall Street story illustrates the cost of bad-mouthing a former employee.