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Three employees of FTSS Joint Venture will receive $105,000 in back pay and damages after the NLRB ruled the company violated the National Labor Relations Act when it unilaterally eliminated one job and created new, lower-paying positions to replace those held by the employees.
Outrageous behavior by a co-owner of Ricardo’s Restaurant in Erie has cost the establishment $20,000. The EEOC reports that it has settled sexual harassment complaints filed by one of the restaurant’s former employees.
Hospitality giant Carlson Restaurants, headquartered in Carollton, faces a class-action suit alleging numerous Fair Labor Standards Act violations at TGI Fridays restaurants nationwide.
A union election at an Allentown company that provides home health care services may have turned on the vote of one person, who arrived too late to cast a ballot.
The Yuba Skilled Nursing Facility in Yuba City has paid $1 million in back pay and benefits after the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled against it in an unfair labor practice complaint filed by the Service Employees International Union and United Health Care Workers West.
Here’s a cautionary tale about changing a new employee’s job duties soon after hire. He or she may claim the real reason is discrimination if the change happened soon after a new boss discovered the employee belonged to a protected class.
Pittsburgh-based Maxim Healthcare faces a suit from the EEOC after it refused to place an HIV-positive healthcare worker at a Veterans Administration hospital.
Here’s another reason to guard against retaliation following a sexual harassment complaint: You could be slapped with an unfair labor practices charge for actions that occur after an employee asks co-workers to help gather evidence of harassment.
A Harrisburg area gentlemen’s club faces a federal lawsuit alleging it failed to pay exotic dancers the minimum wage and proper overtime. Four dancers filed suit in federal court charging the club violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by misclassifying them as independent contractors.
San Jose-based Riviera Consulting will pay $100,000 to a former employee after the firm terminated him because of his poor eyesight.