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Frequently Asked Questions About Michigan’s Workers’ Compensation Laws
Question: The injury that occurred was my employer’s fault. Can I sue my employer for my pain and suffering? Answer: Generally, Michigan law prohibits employees from suing their employers for damages, beyond the economic benefits provided by workers’ compensation.Misclassified Arizona Employees May Cost Arizona Employers
Arizona employers who misclassify their employees as exempt or as independent contractors may be required to pay damages and penalties to those employees. State and federal laws allow Arizona employees to recover unpaid wages and/or penalties when such employees are not paid all wages they are entitled to be paid during the term of their employment. Two common mechanisms employers use to deny compensation to employees, sometimes without the intent to do so, are misclassifying an employee as an “exempt” employee and misclassifying an employee as an independent contractor.The 8 Biggest Severance Pay Package Mistakes
Perhaps you’ve been “fired”, “downsized”, “laid off”, “let go”, “outsourced”, “discharged”, “position eliminated”, “restructured”, or some other euphemism for being terminated. Your company has already handed you a severance package? It’s not a “take it or leave it” situation-you can and must negotiate your severance package in order to obtain what you deserve and have earned. Avoid the 8 mistakes.The ERISA Act
This article discusses the Employment Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. The ERISA Act protects employees’ pension benefits and health plans. Specifics of the law are explored as well as the history of the Act.Railroad Worker Injuries – Slip and Fall
Railroad workers are asked to work in some of the toughest conditions out there. Despite dangerous weather and other unfavorable working conditions, railroad workers push on, maintaining the railroads that carry freight and passengers all around the country. Although you may think that slip and fall injuries are merely the fault of a person who doesn’t pay attention to where they are walking, the truth is that your employer is responsible for providing you a reasonably safe working environment.Police Exam Study Guides – This Will Make You a Police Officer!
As the saying goes practice makes perfect right, so the same thing goes to police examinations. If you want to pass as a police office you need to pass the police test before you can proceed with the next step in the recruitment process.How to Pass the Written Police Exam!
The written exam part of the police entrance test can differ from one state to another, some police departments have written tests provided by state organizations like POST (Peace Office Standard and Training). Some agencies have tests written for them by companies who specializes in police written exams.Sexual Harassment and Sex Discrimination – Overview Of Michigan Law
An employer is legally responsible for the harm caused by a hostile work environment, if the employer failed to take prompt and adequate remedial action, after it had reasonable notice of the harassment. Generally, the victim of harassment should report it to management promptly, to give the employer notice and an opportunity to investigate the problem.All About At-Will Employment
This article discusses the basics of at-will employment in the United States, including the origin of the concept, what it means today, and exceptions to the law. Technicalities to the law include age, sex, pregnancy, race, and disability discrimination.Employment Contracts in Arizona Must Be Written to Be Enforceable
In Arizona oral contracts are generally enforceable, provided one can prove the existence of such a contract. In certain situations, however, contracts must be written to be enforceable. One of these situations is a contract for employment.