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Employment Law

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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 ...
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 ...
The Export-Import Bank reassigned several employees in the early 1990s, and Regina Brown wasn't happy about it. The 50-year-old black senior loan officer filed suit, claiming her transfer to what ...
When a data support clerk was diagnosed with depression, she applied for and received 12 weeks' leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act. Then she requested an additional three-month leave, ...
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 ...
You can be a hero without taxing yourself. How? Expend a little effort in exchange for a lot of praise.

You can be a hero without taxing yourself. How? Expend a little effort in exchange for a lot of praise.

You may figure if the law they’re complaining about doesn’t apply to your firm, it’s OK to retaliate. Wrong.
If you're confused about how to comply with a federal safety regulation, or even whether it applies to your company, check out the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's online, interactive advisers. ...
A regional manager's decision to fire a mentally disabled janitor cost the Chuck E. Cheese's pizza chain plenty of dough. A jury awarded the janitor back pay and damages of more ...
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is still accepting comments on its proposed ergonomics regulations until Feb. 1, but it wants to have the sweeping program in place by the ...
As a refrigerator and utility mechanic, David Kavanagh traveled to more than 50 stores. Although his employer paid him for travel time during the day, it didn't cover his commute to ...
Frank Dorsey's transfer from flight training supervisor to assistant chief pilot was the first step in a United Parcel Service (UPS) plan "to deliver the 'coup de gr ^ace' to his ...
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