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Service advisors are not exempt under the auto salesperson exemption to the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The EEOC and the city of Philadelphia have reached a settlement concerning a disabled city sanitation worker.
The Coalition of Graduate Employees has teamed with the Pennsylvania Education Association to seek representation for an estimated 3,724 graduate student employees in the Penn State system.
Never condition an accommodation on the employee’s promise to drop an EEOC complaint or a threatened lawsuit.
If you terminate an employee almost immediately after she has filed an internal discrimination complaint, understand the risk.
Say a manager claims a subordinate broke the rules and wants him fired. Don’t just take the boss’s word for it and rubber-stamp that termination recommendation.
Unless you quickly reverse the deduction, it could jeopardize the employee’s exempt status.
The ADA only covers mental health conditions if they constitute disabilities, meaning they substantially limit a major life activity.
Those Walt Disney World “cast members” sweltering in the Florida sun were losing more than water weight as they pranced through the Magic Kingdom.
Supervisors need to avoid expressing frustration about a worker’s illness and its effect on operations or insurance cost. Any such criticism may be used against you should the employee have to be disciplined or discharged.
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