When most people think about sexual harassment, they think of an employer making sexual advances toward a subordinate, or employees making lewd comments or gestures to co-workers. However, even in a volunteer setting sexual harassment can take place, and as our New...
Month: September 2013
In recent years, many of our fellow citizens who do double-duty as members of the National Guard or Reserves have been called back into active duty. For most, this has meant leaving their full-time employment to serve. When they return, they are supposed to resume...
Ever since the U.S. Supreme Court declared the definition of marriage created by the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional, many have been waiting to see how the change would be put to practical use. One such change seems to be on the horizon, and it...
Self-employed people typically work for themselves because they prefer it for a variety of reasons. However, they are not blind to the realities of being their own bosses, and one of those is the realization that when work is slow, collecting unemployment is not an...
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