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Posted April 11, 2020

What is Reasonable Accommodation for Disabled Employees?

The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees who have a qualifying disability or medical condition. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, “reasonable accommodation is any change in the work environment or in the way things are done that enables an employee with a disability to enjoy equal […]

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Posted April 10, 2020

To Whom Do Anti-Discrimination Laws Apply?

Workplace discrimination is, unfortunately, very common. Employment discrimination takes many forms and can look different from case to case. Due to a number of reasons, including the lack of access to the necessary information, many employees who are subject to workplace discrimination simply take it – they allow themselves to be mistreated and do nothing […]

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The First Steps to Take After Being Wrongfully Terminated

Have you experienced poor treatment in your place of work? Were you suddenly terminated without a valid reason directly related to your work performance and/or your ability to perform your job? If so, you might have been wrongfully terminated. Depending on the details surrounding your termination, you may have grounds to take legal action against […]

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Posted April 9, 2020

What Is a Furlough and My Rights as an Employee?

Have you recently been furloughed? You are not alone! What now? What does “furlough” even mean? How will you get money? Will you still keep your health and life insurance? These are the questions going through millions of worker’s heads across the United States right now because the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic has temporarily decimated entire […]

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Differences Between Layoffs, Furloughs, and Reductions in Force?

As the Coronavirus (or “COVID-19“) pandemic has swept the globe, economic woes due to lost business activities have added insult to the injury. With an estimated 95% of US residents under some form of shelter-in-place, the coronavirus pandemic is not just affecting people’s health and safety; it is also affecting people’s livelihoods as the virus […]

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Posted March 31, 2020

What to Look for When Choosing A Lawyer/Law Firm for You?

Did you know that there are 1.35 million lawyers in the United States? And this number is continually increasing yearly. With millions of lawyers in the US, choosing the right lawyer or law firm for your case can be a daunting task. You must remember there is no lawyer that is the perfect for every […]

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Posted March 30, 2020

Why Do You Need A Lawyer After an Auto Accident?

After an auto accident, you may be wondering whether to hire a personal injury lawyer or take on the insurance company on your own. While you aren’t obligated by law to hire one, a personal injury lawsuit is a complex and technical situation. This is because the insurance companies will do everything in their power […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Filing for Unemployment in California

With the spread of COVID-19, a lot of families and individuals in California are facing the loss of some or all of their income. Thankfully, for situations like these, the California unemployment insurance program has been established to lend a helping hand. If you were recently fired or laid off from your job, you might […]

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Posted March 23, 2020

The Effects of the Coronavirus on Employees and the Workplace

The novelty of the current coronavirus outbreak and the speed of its transmission have radically changed the realities of work in many US workplaces. Since the first reported case of the virus in the US, California has announced a state of emergency and imposed almost total restriction on movement. The need to stamp out the […]

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Posted November 15, 2019

The House Passes Bill to Protect Federal Workers From Sexual Harassment

After almost a year of discussion on the matter, the House and Senate were able to reach an agreement on how to approach the issue of sexual harassment in the government body. The legislation got approved last year in December 2018, and is expected to be signed by President Donald Trump, who has himself been […]

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