Legal Advice for Employee Rights — 390 results
Written by attorney Mark S Britton, almost 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Ah, the work/life balance. For many women, this should be called the "work/mommy" balance, because after working all day and being a mommy all night, there is little else to balance.... more
Written by attorney Richard Ackerman, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Document, Document, Document ... If you think you are the victim of civil rights violations, you need to document what is happening to you. This includes keeping a detailed diary of... more
Written by attorney Adam Carter, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act ("USERRA") is a
federal law that provides reemployment rights to returning veterans and other
members of uniformed services.... more
Written by attorney Mark S Britton, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
In these tough economic times, many people are losing and worried about losing their jobs. Most employers are very responsible and will retain every performing employee possible but that... more
Written by attorney Neal Goldstein, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Remember that your adversary is your employer This would not ordinarily be an issue for most injured parties who are hurt on the job since most people cant sue their employer. However... more
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, 8 months ago.
In some circumstances, an employee may request leave for family and medical reasons.
The federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) entitle... more
Written by attorney James W. Cushing, 11 months ago.
Unemployment Compensation Referees hearings, due to their nature as administrative hearings and of limited scope, traditionally have allowed a somewhat laxapplicationof the Pennsylvania... more
Written by attorney Phillip Smith, about 1 year ago.
There are a number of steps employers must take to prevent potential lawsuits other labor disputes by its employees that can drain the financial resources of a company. The following are... more
Written by attorney Justin Lowenthal, almost 2 years ago.
In the absence of a written or oral agreement for employment for a specified term (e.g., 2 years) or employment terminable only for specific causes, an employee's employment is presumed to... more
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, 10 months ago.
Employers often establish an "introductory" or "probationary" period (typically 3 months or 90 days) as an initial evaluation period for new employees. Many employers provide for a... more