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Employment Law

Down And Out

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Deny a pink-slipped manager a chance to be "bumped down," and you could get in trouble.
September 1, 2000 in Employment Law

Newbie Rules

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Do you know your state's requirements for reporting new hires?
August 1, 2000 in Employment Law

Speaking Freely

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Are you breaking First Amendment law when you fire that loudmouthed employee?
August 1, 2000 in Employment Law

Don't Tell It To The Judge

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It's good to fire bad employees. It's not so good to yap about how bad they were at unemployment hearings.
June 1, 2000 in Employment Law

Love Connections

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Thinking about dating someone you work with? Check out these Web sites first.
May 1, 2000 in Employment Law

Mean Mail

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You got someone else's mail-and it says you're a meathead.
May 1, 2000 in Employment Law

Playing Fair

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You promote fairly at your company-but you'll have to prove it when the EEOC comes calling.
April 1, 2000 in Employment Law

That's It--I Quit!

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It may sound like nonsense, but former employees can sue you for unlawful termination even if you didn't fire them.
November 1, 1999 in Employment Law

Time For Change?

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Runaway lawsuits provoke lawmakers to push for reform. Here's how their proposals will affect you.
August 1, 1999 in Employment Law

Taking The Fall

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From owners to officers, sweeping lawsuits are bringing down entire companies. Exactly who's liable? Courts are divided.
June 1, 1999 in Employment Law

Suiting Up

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With a new breed of professional plantiffs on the prowl, closely screening job applicants could save you lots of dough.
May 1, 1999 in Employment Law

Handle With Care

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Office temps--what you need to know about the legal rights of these fleeting employees.
March 1, 1999 in Employment Law

Homeward Bound

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Who's responsible when work-related accidents occur outside of the office?
January 1, 1999 in Employment Law

Watch Your Language

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If you require employees to speak only English, you'd better beware of the EEOC.
December 1, 1998 in Employment Law

Ground Rules

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How to sponsor a company sports team without losing your jersey.
September 1, 1998 in Employment Law

Keep It Confidential

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If you don't keep your company secrets under lock and key, your competitive edge might walk right out the door.
March 1, 1998 in Employment Law

High Anxiety

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Dealing with the mental health of your employees.
January 1, 1998 in Employment Law
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