Finally a Good Sign: Jobless Claims Drop After rising as high as 670,000 during the economic crisis, weekly jobless claims are now roughly half that level.
Woman Says Candy Company Fired Her for Orientation, Pregnancy After having a complicated pregnancy and revealing that she was a lesbian among her coworkers, a woman says that Mars Chocolate North America fired her based on her sexual orientation and being a pregnant woman.
Justice Department Intervenes in Maryland Sex Discrimination Case The Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Department in Maryland is facing the threat of severe legal consequences after the United States Department of Justice stepped in to take over a case from a former employee alleging sexual harassment.
Pharmaceutical Company Sued For Discriminating Against Women Daiichi Sankyo, a Japanese manufacturer of pharmaceuticals, faces a class action lawsuit from several women who allege that the company discriminated against women, especially those who were pregnant or mothers.
EEOC: Burger King Must Allow Employee to Wear Skirt A woman who adheres to a religious philosophy requiring her to wear long skirts instead of pants has settled with Burger King in an employment discrimination lawsuit.
Equal Employment Opportunity Tabulation Released On November 29, 2012, the Census Bureau released the 2006-2010 American Community Survey Equal Opportunity Tabulation.
17 MA Employers Fined for Employing Unlawful Employees On November 14, 2012, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reported that 17 Massachusetts employers received fines totaling $349,619.
Census Shows Steady Increase in Home-Based Workers On October 4, 2012, the United States Census Bureau announced that 4.
Seasonal Hiring May Boost Employment Outlook for Many While recent reports are showing a slow growth in the job market, many workers will soon be relying on job opportunities that arise from the upcoming holiday season.
Employment Rates: Highest In Three Years October has seen the highest number of employment for United State workers in three years, which has provided some hope for economic recovery in the near future.
Labor Board Facing Road Block The government agency that enforces the United States’ labor laws could be stripped of its powers next year.
GDP Grows 2.5%: What’s it mean for Employment? The United States Commerce Department announced on Thursday that the economy grew at a 2.
Judge Questions New Employment Law Tallahassee—A circuit judge harshly questioned fundamental elements of Florida’s decision to force state workers to pay 3 percent of their annual salaries for retirement costs, raising the prospect that the new law could be deemed unconstitutional.
Guide To: Employment Lawyers
Guide to Finding Employee Lawyer How do I find an Employee Lawyer?Employment law can cover a wide variety of areas but deal mostly with the relationship between companies and their employees.
Guide to Finding Workers Comp Lawyer How do I find Worker Comp Lawyers?Worker compensation is a program which can provide some financial help and compensation for those injured during the course of their employment.