Blog Posts in November, 2017

Misclassification Overtime Case Worth Over $2 Million

When an employer misclassifies employees to make them exempt from wage and hour laws, that is a clear violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). According to the Department of Labor, the number ...
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Exploited Immigrant Workers Compensated for Serious Mistreatment

If you pay attention to the news at all, you have no doubt read about immigrant workers being taken advantage of by employers of all types. These workers are often at a serious disadvantage for two ...
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Employee's Request for Lateral Transfer to Avoid Discrimination Denied

You may not think that denying an employee a request for a lateral transfer could be unlawful discrimination, but it depends on the situation. In a recent case filed in New Jersey, a Hispanic employee ...
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Former Tuscaloosa Police Officer Faces Pregnancy Discrimination and Retaliation

Most women in the workplace are at least familiar with the basic protections of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, especially those who are already parents or who want to be. In addition to protecting ...
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