How to Report an Employer

People who work for the government or large corporations are entitled to act as a whistleblower if any labor laws are ever violated. The laws are in place to protect the public as well as the individuals who work for...Read More

Unfair Treatment at Work

Unfair Treatment at Work Have you recently been the victim of discrimination in the workplace? This could have come in the form of rude comments, gestures, threats, or unfair punishments. If you believe that these outrages came solely as a...Read More

What is Workplace Retaliation?

What is Workplace Retaliation? Many situations warrant an employee needing to file a complaint with their employer. Unfortunately, some of those same employees end up having adverse reactions taken against them after doing so in the form of discrimination and...Read More

Rights As An Employee

The employer-employee relationship comes with a variety of rights and responsibilities. For the safety and security of current and former employees, it is important that employers do certain things and refrain from other things. Laws governing employer-employee relationships can vary...Read More

Pregnancy Discrimination Facts

The Pregnancy Discrimination Act protects women who are pregnant from being discriminated against as an applicant or employee of a business or organization. While it states pregnant women must be treated the same as other applicants or employees who can...Read More

National Origin Discrimination Examples

National Origin Discrimination Examples Discrimination due to national origin occurs when job applicants or actual employees are treated negatively because they are from a certain country or geographical location. It might also occur because of ethnicity, an accent or even...Read More

Can A Company Withhold Commission Payment

The Fair Labor Standards Act sets rules regarding overtime and minimum wage payment. However, it does not set rules regarding unpaid commissions. State law dictates whether an attorney can withhold commission payment. Commission Agreements Employers and employees have a contract...Read More

5 Signs of Age Discrimination

Older Workers are Fired and Younger People are Hired: It’s like the saying goes, “Out with the old and in with the new.” Upper management wants to keep up with times and increase productivity, but that could mean the chopping...Read More

Mann Elias Signs Of Disability Discrimination

California law and the Federal Americans With Disabilities Act prohibits employers from discriminating against workers who have disabilities. You will need to contact a disability discrimination lawyer if you think that your employer has discriminated against you. An attorney will...Read More

National Origin Discrimination

Employment discrimination harms victims, businesses, and society as a whole. For America to function as an inclusive and modern society, jobs must be available to all types of people. No one can face discrimination on the job because of their...Read More

Overtime Pay Disputes

Of all employment law disputes, including harassment and discrimination cases, wage and hour disputes are the most common brought forth by employees. In wage and hour disputes, it is the overtime pay rate and an employer not crediting overtime hours...Read More

Workplace Retaliation

When an employee is involved in a suit at the workplace, it is a common assumption that at some point, the employer is bound to retaliate especially if the winner of the suit is the employee. Finding a dedicated retaliation...Read More

Bonus Disputes at Work

There are times when employees are offered a bonus which can raise some miscommunication and misunderstandings if not explained in detail. An employer needs to know if they are required to pay bonuses to those employees that are leaving. If...Read More

Wrongful Termination

Terminated for the Wrong Reasons: A Brief Overview of Filing Claims and Much More Introduction It is one thing to lose your job because you did not do it properly. It is quite another to be fired from your job...Read More

You Can Be Disabled and Still Be Employed

Have you heard the acronym ADA? It stands for American with Disabilities Act. This law protects qualified Americans with disabilities from being discriminated in matters relating to employment decisions. However, the issue common with disability discrimination is being certain of...Read More