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Department of Labor Spells Out Broad Test of Whether a Worker Is an Employee


Employers are trying to compete and seeking higher profits by cutting costs. Sometimes the costs that are cut are worker...

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The Fair Labor Standards Act


When there’s a legal dispute about an employee’s wages, the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA) is almost always...

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One Million More Workers Will Soon Get Overtime Pay


As many as one million more workers will soon be eligible for overtime pay, under a rule being considered by...

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How Virginia’s New Non-Compete And Wage Laws Help Employees


  Virginia’s legislature recently enacted a series of laws that take a few modest steps in helping Virginia employees fight...

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How to File for Unemployment Insurance in Maryland During COVID-19


  Filing for Unemployment in Maryland: What you need to know Due to the quarantine imposed because of the spread...

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The Families First Coronavirus Response Act: What It Does For Employees Who Need Paid Sick Leave


By Scott McGill In the early morning hours of March 14, 2020, the House of Representatives passed the Families First...

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Roanoke FMLA and Leave Discrimination Lawyer


The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal labor law that requires employers to provide unpaid leave to employees...

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Arlington Veterans’ Workplace Retaliation Lawyer


Unfortunately, some business owners retaliate against employees for fulfilling their military obligations. Employer retaliation on the basis of a worker’s...

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Arlington Veterans’ Workplace Discrimination Lawyer


Many employers view a worker’s military service obligations as an inconvenience and may illegally retaliate or engage in other forms...

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Arlington Veterans’ Employment Rights Lawyer


If you are a current or former member of the US military, federal law provides you with certain employment protections....

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