An increasing number of employers are seeking to gain access to their employees' social media accounts in order to track how they represent the company on said sites. For some employees, this has led to disciplinary action and even termination. Some employees have...
Month: August 2013
When an employee turns in its employer for questionable or illegal practices, the employee is generally protected by whistleblower laws, which are in place to keep the employee from suffering retaliation from the employer or other agencies. However, contractors are...
A woman who was once a Chanel employee in New York is fighting an international anti-discrimination battle against fashion giant Prada. The case is a prime example of the type of legal action that may be necessary to protect against harassment and discrimination in...
Has your employer failed to pay you for all of the time you work? Are there policies at your workplace that keep you from receiving overtime pay and regular wages that are due to you? For two former Apple retail employees, the answer to both of those questions is yes....
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