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  • Exempt vs. Nonexempt: Do You Have a Wage & Hour Claim?
    Exempt vs. Nonexempt: Do You Have a Wage & Hour Claim?

    Every worker and employee in New York is guaranteed fair pay for fair work, no matter their profession. If this promise is unfulfilled by an employer, then the employee can use a wage and hour claim ...

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  • Can I File a Lawsuit Before the EEOC Investigation Is Complete?
    Can I File a Lawsuit Before the EEOC Investigation Is Complete?

    The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is the agency responsible for regulating and enforcing federal employment discrimination laws. If your employer (or prospective employer) violated your ...

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  • Fair Labor Standards Act & How it Can Be Used in Your Case
    Fair Labor Standards Act & How it Can Be Used in Your Case

    Workers should be familiar with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which was passed in 1938 in the aftermath of the Great Depression. It is essentially the farthest reaching law that guarantees a ...

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  • The Top Employment Lawsuit Trends Right Now
    The Top Employment Lawsuit Trends Right Now

    The fact is, lawsuit s relating to employment issues are more common than ever these days. From small, local companies, to major, global corporations, many businesses are accepting the idea that it is ...

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  • Independent Contractor or Employee? Are there differences?
    Independent Contractor or Employee? Are there differences?

    There are distinct differences between independent contractors or freelancers and employees. Some of the differences are obvious but some are more subtle. In short, being an independent contractor ...

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  • Can I Be Fired for My Personal Social Media Posts?
    Can I Be Fired for My Personal Social Media Posts?

    Technology has blurred the line between our public and private lives. With the rise of social media, more and more employers are now using Facebook statuses and Twitter feeds as grounds for ...

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