Written by attorney Joseph Maus, over 2 years ago.
Everyone is trying to stretch their money during these uncertain economic times, including employers. In fact, some employers will go out of their way to try to get around the overtime wage laws so... more
Written by attorney Mark Britton, about 3 years ago.
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 is not... more
Written by attorney Ann Badmus, over 4 years ago.
Choose and train staff who will administer the E-Verify checks..
Any employee that uses E-Verify must be thoroughly trained and periodically re-trained in its procedures and policies. One wrong... more
Written by attorney Arek Nizamian, almost 3 years ago.
What is Labor Certification?
"Labor certification" is the most widely used employment-based opportunity for obtaining a green card. Labor certification requires a U.S. employer to prove that there... more
Did my supervisors make any comments indicating bias?.
If your supervisor made racist or sexist jokes, said they thought you were too old or your disability made you unable to do the job, required... more
Adopt and Follow a Plan.
A master plan is the official statement of the goals and policies for orderly and desirable future development within the municipality. Absence of a master plan can put the... more
Written by attorney Donna Ballman, almost 3 years ago.
While it may be satisfying to complain about your boss, the truth is, complaining can and will get you fired. While most people think we have free speech in this country, there's no First Amendment... more
Written by attorney Scott Behren, about 3 years ago.
The Federal Government and President Obama have announced that they with the IRS will be cracking down on enforcement of employers that misclassify their employees as 1099 independent contractors... more
Who Can File a Charge of Discrimination?.
Any individual who believes that his or her employment rights have been violated may file a charge of discrimination with EEOC.
In addition, an individual,... more
Written by attorney Edward Lyman, about 2 years ago.
You Must File an Administrative Charge Before You Can File A Lawsuit.
Before filing a lawsuit against your employer, you must first file a charge of discrimination and ultimately receive a "right to... more