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What is Considered Wrongful Termination?
What is Considered Wrongful Termination?

No doubt your job is important to you in more ways than one. You may enjoy the work you do as well as rely on the income from your job to support yourself and your family. But what happens if you suddenly find yourself terminated from your job without a valid reason? Even ...

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Blog posts in Retaliation

  • What is Discrimination in the Workplace?

    Discrimination in the workplace can come in many forms. While some may be obvious, other types of discrimination can fall under the radar. Employees ...

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  • Warning Signs of Workplace Discrimination

    No one wants to work in a hostile environment, and the law is designed to keep employees protected from such behavior. However, discrimination in the ...

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  • California's Wage & Hour Laws Explained

    In the state of California, the majority of workers, with a few exceptions, have to be paid at least minimum wage. As of January 1, 2018, minimum wage ...

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  • Fired From Work By Tweet

    Headlines were made last month when Secretary of State Rex Tillerson found out he was fired from his post by President Trump via Twitter . In addition ...

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  • What Can I Do If I Experienced Sexual Harassment at Work?

    Under the U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC), sexual harassment in the workplace is defined as unwelcome sexual advances or conduct ...

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  • What Is the Family & Medical Leave Act?

    The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that allows certain employees to have up to 12 workweeks of unpaid leave each year, without ...

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  • What Is Considered Employer Retaliation?

    Workplace retaliation lawsuits have become a costly expense for many employers. Because of this, it is important that employers are cautious when ...

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  • Filing a Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit: What You Need to Know

    The Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978 (PDA) was passed to protect employees from sex discrimination on the basis of pregnancy. This act made it ...

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  • Have You Been Fired for Political Reasons?

    Recently, there has been more and more news stories about companies firing their employees because of their political views and activities. These ...

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