Pre-Paid Legal Services – Affordable And Timely

Insurance Against Legal Troubles Prepaid legal plans is  a form of legal insurance plan offered by different legal services organizations and marketed through employers, labor unions, credit unions, department stores, credit card companies. Most prepaid legal plans charge a low yearly initiation fee and (sometimes as low as a $100. plans ) Most plans cover Read more…

Lost Your Job? Transition Into Home Employment

Lost Your Job? Transition Into Home Employment. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that nearly a third of all eligible workers today qualify as self-employed professionals or contractors. Advances in home office technology have allowed contract workers, consultants and freelancers to build their own career from their own home. Even with a declining economy, the Read more…

Employer Drug Testing – Marijuana

Right To Terminate Employee For Testing Positive Under the laws of most states it is NOT illegal for the employer to either refuse to hire or terminate an employee based on marijuana use, whether such marijuana has been prescribed by a physician or not. Further, it is currently legal to deny unemployment benefits if the Read more…

Got Laid Off? Protecting Health Coverage Benefits – COBRA

COBRA Continued Health Care Beneifits When facing job loss or a reduction in hours, workers need to know their options ahead of time to prevent loss of health coverage.  There may be several options available to individuals who are losing their health coverage when they lose their jobs: Special Enrollment in Another Group Plan If Read more…

Employer Discrimination And Harassment – How To File A Claim

If you want to sue your employer for discrimination or harassment, you must first file a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and/or the agency in your state that enforces its anti-discrimination laws and then get a right-to-sue letter from that agency. After you receive your right-to-sue letter from the EEOC, you generally have Read more…