Archives for September 7, 2023
Our company is expanding and we are concerned about compliance with all of the various state leave laws. We think we’re on top of most of them, but we understand that some states have laws requiring leave for school activities. Are they paid or unpaid? What do
The governor of Puerto Rico recently signed into law amendments to Act No. 54 of August 15, 1989, “Act for the Prevention and Intervention with Domestic Violence.” The amendments include “economic violence” as a form of domestic violence, and provide additional remedies for addressing this specific type of domestic
BALTIMORE – Verizon Maryland, LLC, a leading telecommunications company, violated federal law when it refused to allow a disabled employee to compete for vacant positions within the company to find work compatible with his disability, forcing him to quit, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced today.
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