Workplace Discrimination Limitation

Some of the things that can be done to limit or eliminate discrimination in the workplace is that an employer should have a firm, strong policy regarding no discrimination and should enforce that policy. The employer shouldn’t allow minor name-calling or harassment taking place, thinking that it’s only high jinks in the workplace. So really […]

Suspension for Pending the Outcome of a Crime

Sometimes an employer will suspend an employee pending on the outcome of an investigation or criminal matter. If you are suspended pending the outcome of an investigation or a criminal matter that means that your employer doesn’t have to place you in the workplace while that investigation is ongoing. Often employees who are the subject, […]

Uncomfortable Employer Interactions

If your employer has touched you in any way that is made you feel uncomfortable, that’s not acceptable. You should immediately contact either an agency or an attorney who can help you understand what your rights are and make your workplace a comfortable and safe environment for you. The employer doesn’t have the right to […]

Public Employee Suspension Rights

Whether or not an employer can suspend one of their employees indefinitely, is an interesting topic. It often depends on the recent suspension from the company or entity that you work for. Private employers probably have far greater rights to suspend you indefinitely than does the public employer. An employee should be aware of what their […]