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Lawful Firing for Criticism of Employer’s Practices

August 30, 2006
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Employers are cautioned that, generally, federal law affords employees broad right to criticize matters involving the workplace without fear of retaliation by the employer.
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Lawful Firing for Criticism of Employer’s Practices

August 30, 2006
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Employers are cautioned that, generally, federal law affords employees broad right to criticize matters involving the workplace without fear of retaliation by the employer.
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What Employment at Will Really Means to You

January 13, 2005
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Learn more about “employment at will” and what it means for employers, employees and the law. Learn to build peace with employees by using techniques to soften termination and prevent lawsuits.
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Corporate Fallout From Failed Marriages

February 27, 2003
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When one of your executives is in a bitter divorce, corporate information can find its way into the public record, sometimes to the embarrassment of the company.
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Are Absences Assumed to be Due to a Serious Condition

July 16, 1999
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An employee cannot claim protection from the FMLA for disciplinary action by an employer as a result of absences that are not attributable to his serious health condition.
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Employers Beware Accurate Disciplinary Notices are Essential

July 9, 1999
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An arbitrator ruled that the employee was improperly terminated for theft.
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Termination and Pregnancy Discrimination

June 11, 1999
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You need her to work full-time. She wants to stay part-time. What does the law say?
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