For too many people, age discrimination is a mysterious thing. They may feel too old – or too young – and so they easily accept the kind of discrimination they expect from the outside world. But that’s exactly what people who suffer from age discrimination need to fight. So why does it seem so hard to do?
The law mandates that employers give employees time-off from work for medical reasons under specific circumstances. However, each employee’s specific rights will depend largely on the state he or she works in and the size of the employer. This article briefly describes the various types of medical leaves of absence employees may be entitled to. The Major Federal… Read More »
1. Character as Destiny: Sometimes That’s Not Good Ralph Waldo Emerson — who wrote the essays Self Reliance and Compensation, among others — might have loved my law firm Clients, who tend to be hard-working, self-reliant, persevering and intelligent, just to name a few of their good personality traits. In short, they have “Character.” Too often, however,… Read More »
Do want to know when you can validly terminate a contract of employment as per the Ethiopian Labour Law? If so here are the main points. In Ethiopia the employment relationship between an employer and an employee is governed by The Ethiopian Labour Proclamation 377/2003. According to this proclamation the contract of employment may be terminated by the… Read More »
In Texas, there are two types of work place injury claims. If the employer carries workers compensation insurance, then you should call 800-252-7031 and request paperwork to file a worker’s compensation claim. You will need to file a Form DWC 041 with the Texas Department of Insurance: Division of Workers Compensation. If the employer makes a business decision… Read More »
Top 5 Employment Law Myths There are a few misconceptions about employee rights that employment attorneys routinely encounter in their conversations with potential clients and friends. This article aims to debunk five common employment law myths in order to empower you to make wise choices about your employment.
Would you enjoy driving downtown and searching for a parking place just to spend two hours in an attorney’s office to talk about distributing your property when you die? Well according to recent statistics, hardly anyone does. According to the AARP, not very many people make such an effort, or any effort at all towards their estate planning.… Read More »
A recent court decision created a substantial loophole for insurance companies, which can hurt contractors. Although the court decision suggests that it does nothing more than interpret an insurance policy, it doesn’t make a great deal of sense from a logical standpoint. The case involved deciding when an insurance company has the duty to defend and when an… Read More »
Article written based on Pennsylvania and Federal Law Each Employment Discrimination case is different. That is why you must contact an attorney to see if you have any rights. But all Employment Discrimination cases share some common traits. This Article discusses some of those traits. To prove an Employment Discrimination case you must show several things. First, you… Read More »
Article written based on Pennsylvania and Federal Law In 1993 Congress passed and the President signed into law the Family and Medical Leave Act. The purpose of this law is to balance the needs of the workplace with the needs of families. It allows employees to take reasonable leave for medical reasons, for the birth or adoption of… Read More »