Blog Posts in September, 2017

MLB Umpire Files Title VII Suit

Can you be unpopular or even bad at your job and still be discriminated against? The answer may be yes; we will have to wait and see how the recently filed discrimination lawsuit against Major League ...
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Does a Transfer Constitute an Adverse Employment Action?

When an employer terminates, suspends, or demotes an employee who engages in activity protected under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, it can give rise to a Title VII retaliation claim. ...
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Do Not Let Social Media Impact Your Employment

Unless you live in Montana, your employment is probably “at-will.” This means your employer could terminate you for virtually any reason, if it is not discriminatory. Those reasons could ...
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Nashville Removes Salary History Section from Job Applications

Mayor Megan Berry announced Friday that Nashville has removed the Salary History Sections from all Metro Nashville Job Applications. The new applications process took effect on July 1 st but Mayor ...
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Is An Employee Eligible for FMLA After a Natural Disaster?

Within mere weeks, the US will endure multiple historic natural disasters. Hurricane Harvey devastates parts of Texas at the end of August and Hurricane Irma is already bearing down on Florida. Each ...
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Can I Seek Additional Leave if I Exhaust my FMLA?

Employees who qualify for protected leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) can take up to twelve weeks of leave without fear of losing their job. The FMLA affords employees ...
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