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February 19, 2020

Do You Have An FMLA Claim Against Your Employer?

For employees across the US, balancing personal and professional responsibilities is a high priority. This is especially true when the employee or a family member has a serious health condition that requires an extensive treatment and recovery period. In these situations, the Family Medical Leave Act can be extremely important. If your employer is bound by FMLA rules and you are an eligible employee, you can take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave time to care for yourself or a loved one.
January 23, 2020

Unpaid Wages

If you work in a sales position, it is likely you are paid on commission. These payments, defined as money owed an employee based on transactions […]
November 21, 2019

10 Facts About Age Discrimination

10 Facts About Age Discrimination When it comes to age discrimination in the workplace, it’s important to know your legal rights. While there are laws in […]
September 6, 2019

What is Workplace Retaliation?

Many situations warrant an employee needing to file a complaint with their employer. Unfortunately, some of those same employees end up having adverse reactions taken against […]
July 24, 2019

How to Prove Retaliation in the Workplace

If you have been harassed or discriminated against at work, you have the right to file a claim.
July 12, 2019

Rights As An Employee

The employer-employee relationship comes with a variety of rights and responsibilities.
May 30, 2019

Pregnancy Discrimination Facts

The Pregnancy Discrimination Act protects women who are pregnant from being discriminated against as an applicant or employee of a business or organization.
May 9, 2019

National Origin Discrimination Examples

Discrimination due to national origin occurs when job applicants or actual employees are treated negatively because they are from a certain country or geographical location.
April 8, 2019

Can I sue my employer for violating FMLA?

You may have heard of incidents where employees have sued their employers for violations of the FMLA and received large sums in judgment amounts.
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