Legal Advice for Labor Laws — 666 results
Written by Avvo Staff, about 6 years ago.
or regulatory law is created by government agencies such as the Federal Trade
Commission or Department of Labor. These agencies have the power to act on the
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
Written by attorney Cynthia Bamforth, almost 2 years ago.
The Necessity of Management Training
While the California Supreme Courts Brinker decision (April 12, 2012) supplied vital and sensible guidelines that do not require employers to act as a... more
Written by attorney Emanuel Shirazi, about 2 years ago.
Courtney Loves former assistant has sued the musician/actress for wrongful termination and wage and hour violations. What is really unique about the former assistants allegations is her... more
Written by attorney Elliott Stapleton, about 3 years ago.
We have all seen posters with disclaimers on the wall of
an office before. The purpose of these posters is to provide notice to
employees about certain rights provided by state or federal... more
Written by attorney Marilynn Spencer, over 2 years ago.
What Is Unlawful Employment Discrimination? CALIFORNIA LAW
Definition of discrimination
Employment discrimination is against the public policy of California and the United States.Many... more
Written by attorney Christopher Canlas, over 3 years ago.
In California, most employment
relationships are presumed to be "at-will unless you are a union member
or if you have an employment contract. At-will employment means that
Written by attorney Steven E. Petrou, over 2 years ago.
This guide will help you protect your rights to work in a fair and harassment free work environment.
Written by attorney Vincent White, over 2 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 Michael S. Haber, almost 4 years ago.
The Doctrine of Preemption in General The Supremacy Clause of the Constitution is not typically the kind of subject that arises during discussions at cocktail parties. At least until... more