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Castle Associates Apr 20
Any time off must be paid at your normal rate of pay and it is unlawful for your employer to refuse to give you reasonable time off for antenatal care or to pay you at your normal pay.
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City of Oaks Law 19h
The 3rd top reason for hiring an attorney for your business is help with contract drafting! There are an endless amount of contracts involved in running and maintaining a business, having a second look from a professional will ensure your company is safe!
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Trapeze HR 22h
It's April therefore it is time for changes to employment law to come into effect. This is a great guide for HR professionals which details seven actions HR need to take into consideration.
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BAFFC 19h
O'Daniel v Industrial Serv: affirms dismissal of retaliation & claims by plaintiff alleging termination based on "pro-heterosexual" comments on page & heterosexual orientation
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Josh Kalish Apr 19
Just completed an intense employment law off-site with Chris McKinney in historic Lockhart, Texas. The man has a wealth of knowledge in So grateful to be a part of it. Gratitude from .
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Sherman & Howard Apr 19
We are less than a week away from the Denver Labor & Employment Seminar! It’s not too late to register. Join us for an informational day as we discuss updates in Labor and Employment Law.
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Castle Associates Apr 20
Get the advice you want when you need it, request a free call back today.
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Peninsula Apr 18
Do you know what rights your employees have to go to the doctors or dentist during their contracted hours? Alastair Brown from advises us on this issue
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eledecks.com 22h
Employment lawyers often tell us they want to grow their helpline but there is a lot of competition from other law firms and compliance providers such as consultancies like Peninsula. We look at the emerging trends:
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Castle Associates Apr 18
The 2010 Equality Act took effect from 1 October meaning workers have new rights that will help stamp out pay discrimination.
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Sean O'Donnell Apr 19
Employees: Do you have questions about severance, pension or disability benefits on termination? Contact me today! .
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JFH Law LLP Apr 19
5 tips on dealing with disputes and complaints
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Opus Matrix Apr 19
RT LeedsWorkingMum: Are you looking for a positive environment in employment/commercial/immigration law? Would you like to earn up to 80% of your billing each month? 8 years PQE? Then apply now to work with LionsheadLaw #…
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Simon | Paschal PLLC Apr 19
Medical marijuana lawsuits are plentiful.  A New Jersey man who was fired after disclosing his medical marijuana use says his employer discriminated against him by failing to accommodate his medically prescribed use of the substance.
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KentInvictaChamber Apr 19
Come and hear from Andrew Masters at the next Update seminar on Thursday 2nd May 2019. Andrew specialises in Employment law, related HR issues and collaborative employment law and workplace mediation. Find out more:
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anlawfirm Apr 19
FANATICS RETAIL GROUP FULFILLMENT TO PAY $322,050 TO SETTLE EEOC RACE DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT AND RETALIATION LAWSUIT Sports Merchandise Retailer Permitted Racial Hostile Workplace and Retaliated Against Employee Who Complained JACKSONVILLE, FL
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GovEvents Apr 19
Registration is now open for the 22nd annual training conference! This conference offers training on preventing employment discrimination through workshops, exhibits and events.
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Cecilie Read Apr 18
Me a PI attorney: I only use math for damages. Me an employment attorney: *20 excel spreadsheets open each with specialized formulas*
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Barrett & Farahany, LLP Apr 19
What Type of Employee Can Qualify for FMLA Protections?
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Rebecca McKenna Apr 19
Harassment Up, Discrimination Down in New EEOC Report
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