Can A Volunteer Make a Claim for Unpaid Wages?
Posted on November 2, 2016
Posted in Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)the situation A small business owner has his girlfriend help him with paperwork and advertising while he tries to grow his business. He does not pay the girlfriend any hourly wage or salary, the idea being that she is pitching in to make his business successful. A year and a half later, the couple breaks […] READ MORE
Overtime Rule Changes—Have You Considered All Your Options?
Posted on October 26, 2016READ MORE
Can You Claim Total Disability But Also Claim to be Qualified Under the ADA?
Posted on October 19, 2016READ MORE
Requiring Transgender Employee to Use Gender-Neutral Bathroom Found to Violate Title VII
Posted on October 12, 2016READ MORE
Orioles Concession Stand Workers Exempt From Overtime
Posted on October 5, 2016READ MORE
21 States Challenge Changes to Overtime Rule
Posted on September 28, 2016READ MORE
Non-compete Agreement Void Based on Misclassification as Independent Contractor
Posted on September 22, 2016
Posted in Non-compete Agreementsthe situation You bring someone on as an independent contractor—and as part of the agreement, he agrees to a non-competition provision. If it is determined that you really should have classified the worker as an employee, could that jeopardize the enforceability of the non-compete? READ MORE
Supervisor Faces Individual Liability Under the FMLA
Posted on September 14, 2016READ MORE
Retaliation According to the EEOC
Posted on September 7, 2016
Posted in Retaliationthe situation Retaliation claims continue to be a favorite of employees and are the most frequently alleged bases for discrimination. Employers should be aware of the ever present risks of such claims. So what is the EEOC’s take on what constitutes retaliation? READ MORE
Can’t I Do Something About These Unfounded Discrimination Claims?
Posted on August 31, 2016READ MORE