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  • Does Your Employer's Arbitration Policy Comply With Basic Contract Principles?
    Does Your Employer's Arbitration Policy Comply With Basic Contract Principles?

    The use of arbitration agreements by employers has become as commonplace as arbitration agreements imposed on consumers. A new trend is for employers to post their arbitration agreements online as ...

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  • Employers Should Honor their Promises With Regard to FMLA
    Employers Should Honor their Promises With Regard to FMLA

    The FMLA has many requirements that both employers and employees are required to follow in order to comply with this important federal law. One of those requirements involves submitting appropriate ...

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  • Imposing a Heavier Workload Can be Discriminatory
    Imposing a Heavier Workload Can be Discriminatory

    While under usual circumstances, an employer is free to assign workloads in any manner they choose, when a heavy workload is the result of discriminatory animus, it could be illegal. This is not an ...

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  • Reporting Employees to ICE in Retaliation for Workers' Comp Claims
    Reporting Employees to ICE in Retaliation for Workers' Comp Claims

    It is true that retaliation, and specifically workers’ comp retaliation, can come in many different forms. With immigration issues heading up the news, these two cases are examples of yet another way ...

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  • Limitations on Damages for FLSA Retaliation Claims
    Limitations on Damages for FLSA Retaliation Claims

    A recent case involving an employee and his spouse, who were evicted following claims of FLSA violations, demonstrates some of the limitations imposed on claims for violation of the Fair Labor ...

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  • Is There Something to Fear in Your Severance Agreement?
    Is There Something to Fear in Your Severance Agreement?

    When an employee’s term of service is ending, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, many employers offer those employees severance agreements in exchange for some form of compensation. Generally ...

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