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Know How Federal Employment Laws Help You

Federal laws are usually are laid in place to safeguard the rights of its workers. These laws provide employment advice to both employees and their employers. Some of these laws are as follows: Civil Rights Act Of 1866 And 1991: This particular employment law came into practice in 1886 but was however revised in 1991.

Securing Additional Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Benefits If You Are Laid Off From Your Job

Entitlement to Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Benefits when Laid Off with Permanent Restrictions. If you are laid off or terminated from your job and have permanent limitations from a prior Wisconsin worker’s compensation injury, you may be entitled to additional worker’s compensation benefits for future lost earnings and/or vocational retraining.

Avoid a Negligent Hiring Lawsuit – Use a Background Check

Lawsuits can damage a company’s reputation and cost them significant time and money. Find out how to avoid a negligent hiring lawsuit by using background checks for hiring.

Guide to Employment Tribunals – What Do They Do and How Do They Work?

If you are considering an Employment Tribunal Claim, or are facing one, what is the procedure? How long do you have to make a claim or how long to respond? What types of claims can an Employment Tribunal deal with? This article explores the role of an Employment Tribunal in England and Wales.

Noncompete Agreements – A Form of Business Insurance

It’s ironic that one of your business’s greatest assets can also be one of its greatest threats. Key employees–those who have expertise and knowledge that is critical to your operations–can certainly help your business flourish. But when they leave your employ and take your strategic plans, financial information, trade secrets or customer lists to your competitor, they can significantly jeopardize your success.

Employee Free Choice Act – A Danger For Employers

One of the most disturbing pieces of legislation vigorously supported by President Obama and most Democrats in Congress is the so-called Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA). The title of the legislation is misleading, because far from protecting worker free choice, it would deprive employees of a secret ballot election to decide whether employees wish to be represented by a union.

8 Letters That May Require Legal Action Now

1. The claim acceptance or denial letter If your claim is denied, no medical or compensation benefits will be paid, and the clinic that provided emergency medical care will start billing you. You must file a request for hearing within 70 days of the date of the denial letter on the form included with the denial letter.

Recent Important Changes To Cobra Requirements

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the so-called economic stimulus package, includes a 65% subsidy on the cost of COBRA premiums for up to 9 months. In other words, persons who qualify for this credit pay only 35% of the regular COBRA premium. The employer receives a 65% tax credit for the remainder of the premium.

FIRED – Personal Email at Work

Getting fired is terrible. But when you get fired for a policy that is never used thats just wrong. This article shows you what to look out for in policies at work, to make sure you protect yourself from wrongful termination.

Peer Abuse Enabled by Lawmakers

This article is about the bill SB 494 in Montana which tries to stop bullying and peer abuse at work. Lawmakers considered this communism and decided against keeping people safe in the workplace. Also, the psychological aspects of being abused at work.

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