Aug 18, 2013

Google Alert - Employment Law

News 10 new results for Employment Law
Fired Nurse Launches Ohio Employment Lawsuit
Columbus, OH: An operating room nurse who was fired following a failed kidney transplant operation has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit under Ohio ...
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An extra 30 pounds may equal "disability" in employment situations
Employment law and human resource professionals are monitoring how the reclassification will affect work and hiring situations. An overweight nation.
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Employee harassment may increase due to loopholes in health care ... Bayoubuzz
The contrasting incentives of employers and employees under the Affordable Care Act ultimately may result in increased employee harassment and retaliation ...
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White House denies employers cutting hours because of Obamacare USFinancePost
Obamacare requires employers with more than 50 full-time workers to offer healthcare for employees. Under the law, a full-time worker is defined as anyone ...
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NLRB Judge Finds University's Arbitration Pact Unlawful Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (August 16, 2013, 2:38 PM ET) -- A National Labor Relations Board judge found Wednesday that a Florida university violated federal labor ...
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Viewpoints; Part-time jobs the product of health law? Actually, no Sacramento Bee
The current debate over part-time employment is a fascinating illustration of a ... new health care law – the rules for employers apply only to full-time employees...
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Amendments will throttle job creation BDlive
But would more flexible labour laws solve the problem by making it easier to fire ... This was demonstrated by the stalled negotiations on the labour-law ...
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Heather Anderson: Dealing with transgender issues in the workplace Knoxville News Sentinel
Employers subject to the Tennessee Human Rights Act (applies to companies with eight or more employees) and/or the federal law known as Title VII (applies to ...
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Federal workers are protected against gender identity discrimination (прессъобщения) (press release)
The EEOC is the primary federal agency responsible for protecting against illegal employment discrimination that violates federal civil rights laws. The EEOC's ...
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Reservist sues over dismissal from Dover contractor The News Journal
... been filed in the state under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Act of 1994, which protects the reemployment rights of service members, ...
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Blogs 2 new results for Employment Law
Summer Cleanup: Get Your Personnel Files Policies and ... Daniel Schwartz
Each employer shall provide an employee with a copy of any documentation of any disciplinary action imposed on that employee not more than one business ...
Connecticut Employment Law Blog
Reports cast doubt on effectiveness of Seattle's sick leave law ...
Guest Opinion: Studies show that while Seattle may be ahead of the curve in establishing paid sick leave policy, doing so may not actually help all parties ...
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