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Employee Use of Social Media

Employers are increasingly terminating employees for social media use both in the office and outside of the workplace. Employees have to be careful about their social media use. Using social media during work hours for non-job-related activities can result in termination. ...

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    Attorney James Sabatini secured a $250,000 settlement for his client in a FMLA lawsuit. The FMLA prohibits employers from using the FMLA as a negative ...

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    How large is the gender wage gap? - 78 cents on the dollar. Women earn about 78 cents to a man's dollar according to the latest data from the Bureau ...

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  • Supreme Court Tells Employers to Take Religious Discrimination Seriously

    The U.S. Supreme Court in EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc. has told employers to take religious discrimination seriously. Title VII prohibits ...

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