Legal Advice for Employment At Will — 53 results
Written by attorney Vincent White, about 3 years ago.
Can you fire an employee without due cause? A: Yes. New York State is an "employment-at-will," state. If there is no contract to restrict firing (like a collective bargaining agreement)... more
Written by attorney Valerie Mitchell, 8 months ago.
This Guide will explain when and how employers may learn you've pled guilty to a violation or been found guilty of a violation. Background Checks Some, but not all, employers who conduct... more
Written by attorney Cynthia Bamforth, 10 months ago.
The California Assembly passed earlier this year the “Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014” (Assembly Bill [AB] 1522), sending it over to the Senate for consideration. If... more
Written by attorney Ty Hyderally, over 3 years ago.
A principal area of litigation has been employment handbooks. Courts have found implied contracts prohibiting termination at will based on provisions in handbooks. As with implied contract... more
Written by attorney Robert Wisniewski, almost 2 years ago.
Workers compensation claims take time before you begin receiving benefits, however, you will begin receiving workers compensation benefits as soon as your claim is processed with the... more
Written by attorney Joseph Miller, 11 months ago.
In this article we will discuss six main pieces of evidence that you should have for your Virginia workers compensation hearing. Introduction If you have been injured in a work accident you... more
Written by attorney William Crossett, over 1 year ago.
The biggest decision you will have to make in your case is whether or not accept a section 32 settlement, which usually means a one-time lump-sum payment, as opposed to ongoing weekly... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Sexner, over 1 year ago.
In Illinois as in many other states, employees can be fired for virtually any reason or for no reason at all, as long as the reason is not discriminatory, or not in violation of union rules... more
Written by attorney Peter Stevenson, almost 2 years ago.
Workers' compensation is a complex matter. I have selected three common mistakes that WILL jeopardize your workers' compensation case. This is not legal advice, nor is it a substitution... more
Written by attorney John Ayers, about 2 years ago.
Don't fall for this line. Whether motivated by sympathy for you or by the Company's desire to avoid another claim against the insurance coverage, this always turns out bad for you. If you... more