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Laws Against Employment Discrimination in Missouri
Missouri employees are protected from workplace discrimination based on certain characteristics. ... Read more

Laws Against Employment Discrimination in Montana
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Laws Against Employment Discrimination in New Hampshire
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Yes you should appeal.  I would think that if you can provide proof that you've worked the sufficient number of credit weeks, you'd be eligible for benefits regardless of whether your employer ha ...Read more

Dear Ms. Pinkstaff,   I would recommend that you file a charge of whistleblower retaliation with the Indiana Department of Labor ("IDOL").  Here is a link to their whistleblower complaint ...Read more

I would consider reaching out to the employer, in writing, and try to get them to correct the situation. Provide them the proofs to show them the error of their ways. I further suggest giving the empl ...Read more

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Emotional Distress Damages

Earlier this year, in late September, the New Jersey Supreme Court issued a ruling that was an enormous victory for employees, and their attorneys, throughout the State of New Jersey.  The case, ... Read more

What is a Rice Notice, and What Should I Do If I Get One?

Many New Jerseyans who are public employees, such as school teachers, may have heard the term “Rice Notice.” A Rice Notice is a notification from a public body that it is going to discuss ... Read more

Paid Sick Leave in New Jersey

Federal law does not require employers to provide paid sick leave for their employees and currently only seven states have paid sick leave laws for private sector employees.  A number of other st ... Read more

Can an Employer Take an Employee’s Tips?

In New Jersey, an employer cannot take away a “tipped-employee’s” tips. Under New Jersey law, a “tipped employee” is one who “customarily and regularly receives mor ... Read more

Public Employees Sometimes Can’t Claim Political Affiliation Discrimination

The Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court clarified last week that New Jersey public employees cannot claim political affiliation discrimination under the New Jersey Constitution, based ... Read more

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