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Top Ways Employers are Breaking Paycheck Laws
Top Ways Employers are Breaking Paycheck Laws

Even though there are payroll laws in place to protect employees, many employers could be quietly breaking the law without attracting attention. Here’s what every employee needs to know about their rights under federal payroll laws. Employers Must Pay Their Employees ...

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Blog posts in Wrongful Termination

  • Your Rights When Your Employer Conducts Widespread Layoffs

    Layoffs: The one thing no employee or employer ever wants to hear. Unfortunately, they are a very real reality in the world of business. Some of the ...

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  • 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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  • Can I Still File for Wrongful Termination if I Accepted a Severance Package?

    Some companies offer severance packages to workers who lose their jobs for various reasons. As part of the severance arrangement, employers often make ...

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  • Wrongful Termination Laws in California

    California is an at-will state, which means employees can be fired at any time without reason. However, there are still situations where an employee ...

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  • Age Discrimination In the Workplace

    Getting older is inevitable, there’s nothing we can do about it. This can be a major concern if you are an older worker who hasn’t planned for ...

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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 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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  • When Does "Unfair" Termination Become "Wrongful Termination?"

    If you’ve been fired from a job before, you know how incredibly stressful it can be. This stress can be compounded even further if you’re shocked to ...

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