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Blog Posts in March, 2019

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  • When Do Rumors Become Sexual Harassment?
    When Do Rumors Become Sexual Harassment?

    It happens more often than it should. A female employee receives a promotion and, very soon after, rumors start to spread that she must have “slept her way to the top.” Common or not, the question is: ...

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  • The ADA Protects You from Forced Medical Exams
    The ADA Protects You from Forced Medical Exams

    Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), employers are limited in what they can ask employees about their medical conditions. There are also limitations on medical exams that can be ...

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  • Recent Statistics Regarding Employment Law Claims in Alabama
    Recent Statistics Regarding Employment Law Claims in Alabama

    The majority of employees in the State of Alabama are protected from discrimination in the workplace under one of several federal statutes. The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits employers from ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Workers' Comp Retaliation in Alabama
    Frequently Asked Questions About Workers' Comp Retaliation in Alabama

    Alabama workers are considered “at-will” employees because that is the law in Alabama. Unless you are one of the special employees who has a written employment contract, you can be terminated for any ...

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  • Anti-Discrimination Laws May Not Protect Sensitive Employees
    Anti-Discrimination Laws May Not Protect Sensitive Employees

    It is unlawful to discriminate against employees based on race, religious beliefs or several other characteristics under federal law. When it comes to religious beliefs, employers are also expected to ...

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  • Temporary Illness or Injury is not Protected by ADA
    Temporary Illness or Injury is not Protected by ADA

    In order to be protected by the various federal anti-discrimination statutes, employees must meet certain requirements depending on the statute. For protection under the Americans with Disabilities ...

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