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The HR Specialist: Employment Law

A new regulation that would deny federal contracts based on a company’s labor and tax records may be in place by year-end. The Clinton administration proposed …

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After Tammy Blakey sued Continental Airlines for sexual harassment, her co-workers used an online bulletin board to post derogatory gender-based messages …

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Mario Echazabal worked for contractors at a Chevron oil refinery in California for 20 years before he applied to work directly for the company in the same unit. But Chevron refused …

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John B. Johnson doesn’t say he was discriminated against because he is an African-American but because he advocated for minorities in his role …

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For two years, Batteries Plus was erroneously generous with one of its employees’ paychecks. Clinton Mohr had been receiving mileage reimbursements …

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John Ramirez’s union asked him to apply for a welder’s job to help organize the workers. He got the job and quickly started rallying support for a union bid. But …

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Barbara Fleming, a nurse at a women’s prison, complained to her direct supervisor that other employees were providing inmates medication under expired prescriptions. When her oral complaint got no response, …

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Jackie Lauture, an African-American, was an at-will employee at IBM for 16 years before she was fired for poor performance. She sued for race discrimination …

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Seventy-two hours can make a world of difference on a claim. Philip Swartzendruber ended up at the emergency room after working a shift at a grocery store. His artificial hip socket …

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William Gilbert III agreed to settle his age discrimination case against Monsanto Co. by accepting a lump sum payment and immediate access to his pension. Because the company’s attorney said …

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