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Sexual Harassment in the Work Place and What You Can Do About It

Sexual harassment can be defined by any unwanted sexual attention or unwanted behavior of a sexual nature. This does not mean the person perpetrating the act must physically touch you. It can be verbal or physical. Behaviors may range from very mild to very serious. It is illegal in almost all countries and can harm the victim in a psychological as well as physical nature.

COBRA Alert – New Rules & Changes From ARRA Stimulus Package

The old adage, “March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb” is proving to be too very true for companies across the country. Why? Well, effective March 1st, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) President Obama’s Stimulus package, goes into effect and includes major and significant changes to the current COBRA continuation coverage.

CA Court Rules That Employee Who Signed Arbitration Agreement Must Arbitrate Vacation Pay Dispute

May a former employee who has a dispute with his former employer about the amount of his vacation pay bring his claim to the California Labor Commissioner when the employee had signed an arbitration agreement as a condition of his employment with his past employer? A California Court of Appeals has answered that question in favor of arbitration.

Stop Complaining About Right to Work States and Employment Laws

Many people believe that “at will” employment and right to work state laws are wrong. Some of these people are union workers and realize that unions have a more difficult time forming in such states. But many ‘right to work’ states have unions, and many of these unions are quite powerful and politically dominating too.

What You Should Consider Before You Agree to Take a Pay Cut

As a result of the economic downturn, many employers have asked their employees to take a pay cut so that they can reduce their overheads and keep trading. If you have been asked to take a pay cut, then you need to consider the following. Find out your rights as an employee…

How to Choose an Employment Lawyer

If you have an unfair dismissal claim or something similar than you may well need to find yourself an employment lawyer. In New Zealand most lawyers who specialize in employment law are located in either Auckland or Wellington and those are the cities to start your search in if you have a big case to prepare for.

The Role of an Employment Law Solicitor

What does and Employment Law Solicitor do? Can they really help you? Find out more about what Employment Law Solicitors do, and how you can benefit whether you’re an employer, or an employee.

Injuries Due to Cases of Professional Malpractice

In common there are many malpractices happening all around the world. There are certain injuries which are happened due to the malpractices of the professional. These kinds of professional malpractices will be more harmful in nature compared to others. The professional malpractices should be completely destroyed. The professional malpractice in the sense is not just narrowed with any specific type of profession.

Protection Against Workplace Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination. The legal definition of sexual harassment is “unwelcome verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature that is severe or pervasive and affects working conditions or creates a hostile”.

Employer Drug Testing and Legislation by Congress Considered

It appears that there may be some future new employment laws with regards to employee drug testing, whether it be random or mandatory. The ACLU and Congress, prompted by the Unions feel that drug testing is degrading and violates someone’s civil rights. The business community and corporate opposition contend that workplace safety is a key ingredient to a successful company, and that workmen’s compensation insurance and health care plans are already too costly in the case of a work related accident caused in part by drug use.

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