Legal Advice for Employee Termination — 242 results
Written by attorney Richard Ackerman, over 5 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 Arieh Flemenbaum, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Be Prepared Before Terminating an Employee Determine is any contractual obligations are owed to or owed from the employee. Examine any applicable employment contract, collective bargaining,... more
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, 7 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 Justin Lowenthal, over 1 year 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 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 Jacob Iraj Kiani, 9 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
Written by attorney John Mccarthy, about 1 year ago.
DOMA and Prop 8 have been hot topics over the last few years. Here is what their rather historic rulings mean.
History of DOMA and Prop 8
The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was enacted on... more
Written by attorney Nathaniel Hubley, almost 2 years ago.
The State of Indiana is considered an employment-at-will state. This means that an employer can fire an employee for any reason, whether good or bad, as long as it is not an illegal reason.... more
Written by attorney Rengin Bekhtyar, 9 months ago.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) entitles eligible employees to take unpaid leave if they have health problems, sick family members, if they are going to give birth, and for military-... more
Written by attorney Vincent White, almost 2 years ago.
Your Employer has up to 30 days after termination to provide proper notice of COBRA benefits.
Generally, the civil penalty for failure to provide benefits is up to $110.00 per day per... more