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Employment Law

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FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT Applies to: Employers with 50 or more employees working within a 75-mile radius of the work site during each of 20 or more workweeks ...
Officials at the Huntsman Corp. allegedly told James Scott Wesson that he "would always have a job" there. But Wesson's employment contract made no mention of lifetime employment. When the company ...
Seven federal appeals courts have now ruled that the Americans with Disabilities Act doesn't keep you from offering a different level of benefits ...
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Web site now includes a list of 13,000 companies with the highest injury and illness rates. The goal: Shame companies ...
There are six million illegal immigrants in the United States and tough federal sanctions against businesses that hire them. But your business can benefit from federal immigration law by taking advantage ...
A fight with a co-worker drove Manuella Dionisio Reed to tears. She was so upset that she had to leave work and ended up in the hospital for days. Reed, ...
Marvin Davis agreed to work overtime when he accepted a job under a collective bargaining agreement with Florida Power & Light Co. But after he aggravated his back ...
Russell Jacobus, the CFO of a six-person investment banking firm, had a friendly relationship with secretary Rosie Vera-Aviles that included sexual banter. At her request ...
After the 1989 Valdez oil spill cost it billions of dollars, Exxon tightened its policy on recovered substance abusers. It permanently removed any employee who had been ...
Forget the image of the "weekend warrior" serving one weekend a month and two weeks a year in the National Guard or Reserves. Uncle Sam wants your employees ...
Judy Morris' supervisor at the county road department first evaluated Morris' job performance as "excellent." Later, he rated her as "very good." The supervisor said ...
Jolene Conn, a security guard at Lockheed Martin Astronautics, developed a medical condition that made it hard to carry a gun ...
Take workplace graffiti seriously, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) does. Foster Wheeler Constructors Inc. recently agreed ...
If your company operates in several locations, make sure you're complying with every city and state law. And check your employee handbook, too. It may need ...
Bottom line: If you let workers perform hazardous manufacturing operations in their homes, such as assembling electronic components, then your company ...
Protect your organization from employee lawsuits for harassment by focusing your attention on both preventive and corrective measures. Provide every employee ...
Employment attorneys are increasingly warning companies to avoid relying too heavily on walk-in job applicants. While there's no legal requirement to advertise a job opening, ...
Don't look for any major new employment laws this year. Instead, look for President Clinton's appointees in regulatory agencies to try to pack some punch into their final months. Here's what ...
If you were watching the U.S. Labor Department last month, you might have whiplash from its quick turnaround on policy guidance regarding an employer's responsibility for the safety of employee home ...
Promoting lower-level employees to supervisory roles, even if it's on a temporary or "acting" basis, can backfire if you fail to educate them on their new legal responsibilities. That's what happened ...
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