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Employment Law

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Nancy Houser suffered a severe elbow injury at work, making it impossible to use that arm for lifting in her warehouse job. The company transferred her to greeting visitors ...
Restaurant manager Peter Ball knew that one of his waiters was preparing to sue the restaurant for unpaid overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). When Ball alerted the company ...
If you run into trouble with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), look into mediating your dispute rather than going to court. Reason: While only ...
Whether you've been revving up employee benefits to find and keep top talent or paring them down to control costs, take a closer look at the impact. The Equal Employment ...
Employers are required to adjust work schedules to accommodate their employees' religious observances, even for nontraditional beliefs. In a recent case, an employee ...
Although Congress has debated the idea, no federal law specifically prohibits job discrimination based on an employee or applicant's sexual orientation. Employees ...
Don't sit around watching the door in fear of an inspection by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Knowing your rights and how to handle the inspector ...
Unless you have a good business reason, steer clear of preventing workers from talking to each other in their native language. In September ...
Under a new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission settlement, a group of valet/bellmen will collect $120,000 each from the upscale California hotel ...
Federal employment laws protect workers from cradle to grave, but in very different ways. For young workers, the law prevents them from performing dangerous ...
If you thought contracting for temporary and contingent workers would save you headaches, you may be reaching for the aspirin again. Temps used to need permission ...
It would be an understatement to describe the working relationship between nurse Gary Hamner and the hospital's medical director as poor. Hamner, a homosexual, says ...
Pay extra attention to safety when your company is going through labor unrest. Reason: A new study shows that the likelihood of a federal safety inspection ...
Your company has an employee suggestion program, and you’re dying to submit your brainstorm and collect a nice reward. Not so fast. Research your employer’s policy.
If one of your employees wants to bring a co-worker along to an investigative meeting that could result in discipline, you'd better let him. Union employees ...
Redd Pest Control tried to turn its financial fortunes around by setting a $7,500 per-month quota for each technician's route. Wayne Foster and Isadore Smith ...
Faced with a bad situation, Wax Works record stores managed to make it even worse, and paid a big price. One of Wax Works' store managers, Kerry Ogden, had compiled ...
A federal appeals court says that people who pose as job applicants solely to find out if a company discriminates in hiring can still sue the employer under Title VII. These ...
Philip Mauro was hired for a carpenter/foreman job with the understanding that his work had to coincide with his daughter's day care hours, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and that ...
If you're confused about when you can ask an employee about his medical condition or medical tests, new guidance from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) tries to clear up ...
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