Employment & Labor

Employment Law is civil law that sets forth the rules and regulations governing the employer-employee relationship. It may include background checks, hiring and firing concerns, pensions, employee benefits and compensation. Labor Law includes issues such as labor unions, collective bargaining, workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour requirements, the minimum wage, OSHA (Occupational Health & Safety Act) and Workers’ Compensation. Federal statutes have also been enacted to protect vulnerable employees in the workplace, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. Employee protection includes the prohibition against discrimination based upon race, color, religion, age, disability, gender or national origin. Labor Law traditionally refers to the relationship between employees and employers, trade unions and the government.

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  1. Hiring, Firing, HR Tweets, Social Media Posts and Your Employment Rights

    Can you get fired for a Facebook, Twitter or blog post, even in private away from work? This article explains your rights, provides best practices for bloggers, and provides recent cases.
  2. Hiring, Firing, HR Reference & Recommendation Letters From A Prior Employer

    Can you limit the kind of job reference provided by a former employer? What if you think your boss doesn't have good things to say about you? What can you do?
  3. Hiring, Firing, HR Lying on a Job Application: What can Happen?

    What happens if get caught in a lie on a job application? Can I get fired? Will I lose my benefits? Answers to these questions, employee and employer rights and more.
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