When am I prohibited from terminating my employees?
California is an at-will employment state, which means that unless you have an employment agreement or policy to the contrary, you can fire your... more
In the world of employment law and employment relations, religious accommodations can but should not be an afterthought. So, what should you do if an employee requests a religious accommodation?... more
The New York Wage Theft Prevention Act, signed into law in December 2010 and effective April 1, 2011, imposes new requirements on employers to provide written notice to all employees with details... more
Me too evidence is a type of evidence used in employment cases. Typically, a victim of harassment/discrimination may come to learn that others have also been the victim of harassment/discrimination... more
In California, no employer shall make any deduction from the wage or require any reimbursement from an employee for any cash shortage, breakage, or loss of equipment, unless it can be shown that the... more
Carefully review all paperwork accompanying the charge..
EEOC Charges usually come with several sections of paperwork. These may include a Notice of Rights, a description of the EEOC's mediation... more
California employers love at-will employment. It is a valuable tool that allows employers to take adverse action against employees while lessening the risk of litigation. The problem arises, however,... more
Senator Tom Harkin of Iowa has been pressuring President Obama to sign the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).
The ENDA is an intended Federal legislation that would ban discrimination on the... more