Brief overview of recent case out of Pennsylvania federal court where employer held to have retaliated against employee in contesting unemployment compensation.
New York Federal Court Allows Latino Employee’s Hostile Work Environment Claim to Move Forward for Being Called a “Monkey”by Randy Enochs (Enochs Law Firm)
Brief discussion on recent federal case out of New York where judge allows Latino employee’s hostile work environment case to proceed to jury based on being called a “monkey”
Brief discussion on recent decision out of 9th Circuit addressing attendance as essential job function under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
In the end it is important to know that drug testing is a necessary tool for employers to determine who they will hire in the end through their freedom to choose in any qualified standard the job they are giving away. But, again, it is not required by the state. It is just a matter of choice for both the employer and the employees.
Wage or salary serves as an employee’s compensation for the work he has done for the whole month. In most states, including California, there are two designated paydays in a month. Therefore, an employee’s wages must be paid twice during each calendar month.
Overview of arrest and conviction record discrimination in Wisconsin under the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act (WFEA).
Brief outline of employer defenses and exceptions to reinstating an employee who takes FMLA leave.
For over 40 years the UK has sought through legislation to make society less discriminatory, particularly in the workplace. However, the legislation was complex and, despite the progress that has been made, inequality and discrimination persist and progress on some issues has been stubbornly slow.
The Equality Act 2010 is intended to provide a new cross-cutting legislative framework to overhaul all the current discrimination legislation, protect the rights of individuals and advance equality of opportunity for all.
Post termination restrictive covenants have long been used as a method of protecting a business or simply seeking to prevent an outgoing employee from being able to compete with the business or work for a competitor. This area is essentially case-law driven and there are a wealth of cases that show the trends of what the courts regard as reasonable and, more often, unreasonable and unlawful.