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What the WARN Act Means for Employees

There are a number of federal laws in place that grant key protections to promote the best interests of workers across the U.S. The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act is one such law. In the most basic sense, the WARN Act grants protections to employees in the case of a...

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Should You Make a Claim for Unpaid Overtime Pay?

You may have always thought that getting a paycheck was straightforward. You put in your hours at work and receive a paycheck accordingly. Wage payment, however, can get complicated. For instance, there are overtime laws to consider. If you work overtime hours, your employer must pay you at the overtime premium rate....

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What to Know About the Equal Pay Act

The importance of knowing your rights as an employee cannot be understated. Unfortunately, the laws regulating the employer and employee relationship can be complex, varied, and next to impossible to unravel. We’re here to help. Here, we will take a look at the Equal Pay Act. An important piece of federal legislation...

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ADA Protections for Workers in Treatment for Opioid Use

Sometimes, employers do not fully understand or are not fully aware of their obligations to their employees. Federal laws that are in place provide many protections for workers and their employers are obligated to honor such protections regardless of whether they know or understand them. To further complicate things, the protections provided...

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Supreme Court to Hear FLSA Highly Paid Supervisor Case

The distinction between exempt and non-exempt employees is an important one and has significant implications for employers and employees alike. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), exempt employees are not entitled to overtime pay. Non-exempt employees, on the other hand, must be paid overtime and enjoy the protections offered by the...

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