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The Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Act and Wage Theft

The atrocities that occurred in the United States in relation to labor before the passing of the Fair Labor and Standards Act are hard to imagine. But as incredible as the passage of this landmark bill that continues to be the cornerstone of all employee rights laws was, there were still a number of elements and sects of workers that were left out and therefore had no real rights as workers.

Legal Vacancies Are Hard to Come by But Are Still in Existence

Jobs are hard to come by in the tough economy that has encompassed most of the globe. For professional jobs, such as lawyers and doctors, it is even harder to find work because people are not retiring.

Hospice Fraud – A Review For Employees, Whistleblowers, Attorneys, Lawyers and Law Firms

Hospice fraud is a growing problem in South Carolina and the United States. SC Attorney Joe Griffith, who handles FCA cases, set forth the basics of hospice fraud for consumers, hospice patients, hospice employees, hospices and their lawyers, attorneys and law firms. Medicare/Medicaid hospice fraud has severe consequences which can result in criminal, civil and administrative sanctions, including fines, exclusion from participation in federal health care programs, and imprisonment.

The Rights of Every Employee

With the worldwide recession, everyone needs a job, and for many, stability plays a big role to their sanity. If you lose your job and don’t know when your next paycheck comes, you could become a very bitter person who will resent everything that he or she has. Just because you’re an employee and not the owner of the organization, you have your own rights.

International Background Check – Candidate Screening is a Legal Jungle

International background screening is becoming ever more critical to businesses, as borders open up and the battle to hire the best talent intensifies. This article provides insight into the importance of conducting thorough international employee checks correctly and legally.

Choosing a Job Discrimination Attorney

Tips for Choosing a Job Discrimination Attorney After having struggled with an employer or company over discrimination issues, you may feel quite frustrated and confused. Though you want to be able to hire the best discrimination attorney available, you are not sure how to find him or her. Here are some tips to help you in your search for a discrimination attorney who suits all your legal needs.

Employment Law – Important Developments in a Changing Economy

In the current economic climate, continued employment and employment relationships are more critical than ever. Loyal and productive employees will provide an employer its best chance to emerge unscathed at the end of this lengthy recession. During these uncertain times, economic pressures may require an employer reorganize or restructure its workforce. Doing so properly, and in accordance with the law, will ensure continued survival of your business, your profitability and your reputation.

Employment Law and Your Rights in the Workplace

Employment Law is a major issue in the workplace. It could start at just getting an attitude with an employee, then go to actually physically injuring an employee.

Filing and Defending Against Breach of Contract Lawsuits

A contract is defined as an agreement between two parties that creates a legal obligation for both parties to perform a specified act. In a contract, each party is bound by law to perform the requested duties or to render a monetary payment. Something of value must be exchanged between the two parties in order to make their promises enforceable. This article covers the definition, process, breaches, and lawsuits having to do with business contracts and contract disputes.

How to File an Employment Claim With the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

Federal and state laws make it illegal for employers to discriminate against persons based on certain characteristics. Laws such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities in Employment Act are examples of laws which prohibit employment discrimination.

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