Employment Law – Know Your Legal Rights – Pay Violations – Wrongful Termination

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EMPLOYMENT & LABOR LAW – WRONGFUL TERMINATION – DESCRIMINATION – OVERTIME VIOLATIONS – HOSTILE WORK ENVIORNMENTS, EMPLOYEE RIGHTS ATTORNEYS…

Getting employed and staying employed in a volatile and uncertain job market can foster all sorts of legal issues. These include wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, underpayment of overtime, denying unemployment benefits, and maternity leave, can turn what you hoped was a great career opportunity into a legal nightmare. Get informed. Learn about your legal rights before making any job decisions.

Starting The Job

May a new employer require you to take a drug test under the labor law? Will this be a physical exam and will it require that you be chemically screened? What questions may an employer ask you at the interview or on a job application? What type of provisions might be in your employment contract that could be construed as detrimental or helpful? What company benefits are you entitled to? Must you join a labor union? Should you consult with a lawyer before signing an employment contract?

On The Job   

What labor law rights do you have to being paid minimum wage and to overtime pay? How do you put a stop to unsafe work conditions? Do you have a right to family and medical leave? What is “worker’s compensation”? What is the difference between “sex discrimination” and “sexual harassment”?

Ending the Job      

Do you have the right to severance benefits? How do you qualify for unemployment insurance benefits? If you were wrongly terminated, under what legal grounds and when do you need to file a formal complaint for wrongful termination? What type of lawyer do I need to help me determine whether I have a case against my employer?

Working From Your Home – Online Employment 

Online employment has grown nearly two hundred percent in the past four years. This means more workers are now being employed from the comfort of their own home. Learn about online employment opportunities.

Relocating After Leaving The Job – Moving Tips

Sometimes we move because we choose to and other times because we must as in the case of finding new employment outside the area where you live. Regardless of the reason, finding a safe and fair-priced apartment can be a challenge. Make sure to make a plan. Learn tips on apartment hunting, how to evaluate the landlord and lease agreement. Before moving in make sure you know what to look for to keep you safe at night.

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