Legal Advice for Employee Termination — 242 results
Written by attorney Marilynn Spencer, about 2 years ago.
Federal sector employees have a very short time to initiate a charge of discrimination. The employee must take his or her first step within 45 days of the discriminatory act by contacting... more
Written by attorney David Neel, 6 months ago.
This guide discusses 6 agenda items for employees, principally in Ohio, who have been terminated from employment. 1. File for Unemployment. Apply for unemployment benefits as soon as you... more
Written by attorney James Bell, 7 months ago.
Federal law and the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of New Jersey provide protections to employees against discrimination, harassment and retaliation on the basis of... more
Written by attorney Alexander Granovsky, 8 months ago.
The keys to a better severance are leverage and planning. Leverage can be gained in many ways, and a good employment lawyer can help you find the leverage in your particular situation. A... more
Written by attorney James Dal Bon, 9 months ago.
Any employer with a Human Resources Department, has plan for firing or laying off employees. On the day you accept your new job the employer already knows how they will end your job. Do... more
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, 9 months ago.
Are you thinking about enlisting the services of an HR consultant? Whether you need professional assistance creating an employee manual, if you are seeking guidance regarding how to handle... more
Written by attorney Sagar P. Parikh, 9 months ago.
Sexual harassment is probably the most sensitive and emotionally complex of workplace violations. Many victims find it difficult to assert their rights and determine what legal action... more
Written by attorney Sagar P. Parikh, 10 months ago.
A summary of the rights and responsibilities California employees and employers have under FMLA and CFRA. For California Employees FMLA is a federal law and CFRA is its State of California... more
Written by attorney Patrick Phillips, 11 months ago.
Employees under the influence of alcohol or drugs while at work pose a danger to themselves and those around them. Maintaining a comprehensive drug and alcohol policy that provides for... more
Written by attorney Habib Hasbini, about 1 year ago.
The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) makes it an unlawful employment practice for an employer to discriminate because of race, religious creed, color, national origin,... more