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Blog Posts in March, 2016

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  • Giving Your Employer a Reason to Terminate You
    Giving Your Employer a Reason to Terminate You

    If you are employed in Alabama, you know that we are considered an "at-will" employment state. That means you can be terminated for any reason, or no reason at all, with one exception: discrimination ...

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  • What Happens to an FMLA Claim if I'm Not Actually Eligible?
    What Happens to an FMLA Claim if I'm Not Actually Eligible?

    Most employees believe they can rely on the representations their employers make to them. For instance, if you submit a request for FMLA leave and your employer approves it, why wouldn't you believe ...

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  • Can an Employee Refuse FMLA Leave?
    Can an Employee Refuse FMLA Leave?

    Most employees understand that, at the very least, you must notify your employer of your need for FMLA when you request time off. But can you actually decline FMLA leave ? That is – can you choose ...

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  • Employment Equality for LGBT Employees
    Employment Equality for LGBT Employees

    Now that same-sex marriage has been made legal across the country, it is time for the next battle to begin. As the fight for equality for women , minorities , the disabled and many other protected ...

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  • Not Everything Unpleasant at Work Constitutes a Hostile Work Environment
    Not Everything Unpleasant at Work Constitutes a Hostile Work Environment

    A hostile workplace is not really about your boss or coworkers being rude, annoying or mean. In order to be illegal, the harassing conduct must be based on one of the recognized protected ...

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  • Do work-related injuries increase your chance of being fired?
    Do work-related injuries increase your chance of being fired?

    According to a recent study conducted at Harvard, work-related injuries seem to increase the risk of being terminated from your job. After comparing 6 months of data accumulated from employees in the ...

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