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October 2019 Archives

Protect yourself when you are terminated unexpectedly

Learning that you lost your job when you didn't know that it was on the line is a traumatic experience. When you are in this situation, it is easy to get angry and act in an unprofessional manner. Taking that path may harm your future career, so make sure that you take a step back and behave like the professional you are.

What small businesses need to know about the new overtime rule

For the first time in 15 years, the American labor force will have updated overtime regulations that may put more pay in their pockets. The Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced a new overtime rule that will take effect on January 1, 2020. The rule is expected to extend overtime pay eligibility for up to 1.3 million workers.

Sex-related offenses online are handled very seriously

The internet makes it easy to connect with people who you might not ever have met otherwise. For some people, this is a great opportunity to expand a business or find out about different cultures and places. Unfortunately, it also comes with a darker side. Some individuals use the internet for illegal purposes.

Which workers have a high risk of pregnancy discrimination?

Even though the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) was passed in 1978, there are still thousands of expecting mothers mistreated at work every year. Both new and experienced employers throughout the nation still do not know how to respond properly when one of their workers becomes pregnant.

Understanding what is considered criminal activity online

There are many different things online that can violate the law. Internet sex crimes are one specific category that some might view in a very negative light. Facing charges for something that falls under that umbrella is a challenge because you have to ensure that you launch a solid defense without attacking any alleged victim.

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