More From Steven C. Bahls
It may sound like nonsense, but former employees can sue you for unlawful termination even if you didn't fire them.
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Show a hearing-impaired applicant to the door and you could be slapped with a lawsuit, right? According to the Supreme Court, the answer lies in the definition of disability.
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And if anyone tries to steal it, you can take 'em to court.
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Protect your company against unnecessary lawsuits by monitoring employee e-mail.
Need an attorney? New fee structures offer alternatives to the billable hour.
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What you don't know about sexual harassment can hurt you.
Providing references for former employees could put your business at risk.
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