Super Lawyers Employment & Labor Articles

Age Discrimination is Rampant, Difficult to Prove

New York employment attorneys explain why

The Legal Concerns of Working Remotely

Data security, injury liability, insurance, taxes, and more

When is a Contractor a Full-Time Employee?

How to classify workers in New York

Is My Noncompete Preventing Me From Accepting a Job?

Determining the enforceability of your noncompete agreement in New Jersey

Too Disclosed for Comfort

Legal tips to writing nondisclosure agreements that work

When and How to Make an Age Discrimination Claim

What to do when you're discriminated against in a Florida workplace

California is Employee-Friendly Regarding NDAs

Three things have to occur before a non-disclosure agreement is enforceable

What to Do When Facing a Workplace Violation

Fighting discrimination, retaliation and harassment in New York

No Country for Old Workers

Almost two-thirds of older workers have reported experiencing age discrimination

How to Avoid a Discrimination Claim

Illinois employment attorneys share their advice

What Are Employees’ Rights Under the Family and Medical Leave Act?

Florida workers should know the FMLA’s significant benefits

How Safe Are You From Being Fired on FMLA Leave?

The maternity and paternity laws at play in New York

Do I Have to Be Paid for Breaks?

Meal and rest time requirements for Alabama employers

Your Benefits Package May Be Out of Date

Changes in employment benefits law that Illinois business owners need to know

When You Need an Employee Benefits Attorney

Reach out to prevent harm at your Illinois company

Why More Companies Are Offering Transgender Benefits

It’s not required by law, but forward-thinking businesses are doing it anyway

Protecting Your Business from Social Media Dangers

An employment attorney can help before issues arise in Illinois

When Do I Need an Employment Attorney?

Illinois business owners should be proactive

What is an Inclusion Rider?

And can they change the entertainment industries?

How to Defend a Discrimination Claim

Employment lawyers give their advice

Do I Need to Pay My Caregiver Overtime?

If you’re in Illinois, yes

Who Isn’t Entitled to Overtime Pay?

The compensation exemptions for overtime in Illinois

Workplace Harassment in the MeToo Era

How to pursue a sexual harassment claim in Wisconsin

Can Workers Sue for Theft of Wages in Wisconsin?

How to pursue a suit against an employer when banding together is difficult

What to Do if Your Employer Wrongfully Terminated You

Even in an at-will employment state, workers have rights

Accommodations for Breastfeeding Under the PDA

Post-pregnancy worker rights in Georgia

When Are Bonuses Not Discretionary?

What to do if you’ve got unpaid, earned bonuses in Minnesota

Are Lactating Employees Afforded Special Accommodations?

Breastfeeding Discrimination Liability in Florida

Negotiating Employment Contracts in Georgia

Wage-and-hour lawsuits may be a thing of the past

Employees Can Be Told What to Wear in Georgia

Boss can dictate no-skirt policy for safety reasons

Suing for Pregnancy Discrimination in Georgia

Losing your job due to pregnancy is not allowed, and complications must be accommodated

Are You Working After Punching Out?

California wage laws may not recognize federal ‘de minimis’ exception

Gig Workers in Illinois are Not Always Contractors

State and federal law can bite employers who misclassify their employees

Can My Boss Fire Me for Being Pregnant?

The legal protections for pregnant employees in Minnesota

Where Are You Safe from Workplace Monitoring?

Where Colorado employment law stands on Big Brother and privacy

Five Things to Look Out for in a Non-Disclosure Agreement

What to be wary of when a Maryland employer hands it to you

Social Media at Work: All Kinds of Ways to Get in Trouble

From slacking to cyberbullying in Arizona

Can Emojis Be Deemed Sexual Harassment?

Texting eggplants and winky faces might land you in trouble at work

How Emojis May Get You in Legal Trouble

Think twice about texting that winky face in California

You Might Be an Employer and Not Know It

The line isn't clear, but here are the legal guidelines

Social Media and Hiring Decisions Are Not a Good Mix

Don’t check that applicant’s Facebook page

Workplace Romance in the MeToo Age

Now, more than ever, your job may be on the line

Can You Take Your Paycheck in Cryptocurrency?

Bitcoin has some present-day legal uncertainties

Hey Barter Barter: The Law Swings for Contractors

Employee vs. Contractor is a critical classification in California barter arrangements

When ADA Accommodations Collide

What can employers do when two employee requirements conflict with each other?

Are Criminal Background Checks Discrimination?

They can be used for hiring decisions in Texas, but with discretion

Sick and Safe Time in Minnesota

How employers can comply with the law

Are Noncompete Agreements Enforceable?

Texas companies have the right to protect their investment in workers (within reason)

Wage Theft in Minnesota

A glaring problem, and a solution

How to Train and Keep Foreign Doctors in the U.S.

J-1 visas and Conrad 30 waivers help, but they’re running out fast

Employer Requirements Regarding Reasonable Accommodation

Individuals with disabilities have the right to accommodations in the workplace

Drug Screening in the Era of Legalized Marijuana

Can my employer fire me for legal activities while not at work?

Can You Give a Bad Job Reference?

The legality of saying something negative about an employee in Pennsylvania

Employment Discrimination Based on Criminal History

The legal protections relating to background checks in Massachusetts

To Pay or Not to Pay Interns

That is the question, and the answer is hard to find in a grey area of the law

Mind the Gender Pay Gap

Winning an equal pay discrimination suit against an employer is more possible than ever …

What to Consider with a Potential Age Discrimination Case

It’s increasing but hard to prove in NYC

Can My Employer Say Bad Things About Me?

Job references and the law in Pennsylvania

Signed, Sealed, Disputed: Noncompetes

How to resolve your noncompete agreement disputes in Massachusetts

Leave, Lose, and Law

Your rights when you quit or are fired from work in Ohio

Taking a Knee on the Job

Can your boss limit what you say while on the clock?

Full Disclosure on NDAs

Three New York employment lawyers walk you through the basics

Protecting Yourself Against Corporate Espionage

It may sound like James Bond, but really, it’s just stealing

Does This Job Make Me Look Old?

How to prove an age discrimination lawsuit in Florida

What Is Considered Reasonable Accommodation in Massachusetts?

Federal and state employment rights for individuals with disabilities

Can My Boss Make Me Wear That?

The laws for dress and grooming policies in California

Pay Secrecy Policies: That’s a No-No!

Federal and New Jersey laws protect your right to compare paychecks

Am I an Independent Contractor or Employee?

This classification is Uber-important for many reasons in Florida

I Was Discriminated Against. How Do I Prove It?

Your options in a Michigan workplace discrimination lawsuit

Five Employment Law Facts You Might Not Know

The state and federal laws that come into play if you work in New Jersey

The Risks of Being a Rideshare Driver in NYC

It's uber-complicated, so be sure you're informed

Suing for Retaliation, If You Whistleblow While You Work

The process of a workplace retaliation lawsuit in Louisiana

Connecticut’s Right to Paid Sick Leave

State laws also dictate the right to unpaid leave

Overtime Rules in Washington State

Can an employer mandate overtime hours?

An Overview on Employment Law

What employees should expect of their employers

An Overview on Employment Law for Employers

Common considerations in the employment relationship

An Overview on Wrongful Termination Law

When can you sue your former employer over job loss?

Workplace Privacy in the Facebook Age

What employees can expect from employers in New York

Too Sick to Work?

Understanding the new Earned Sick Time Law in Massachusetts

Workplace Privacy in Oregon

There’s just one place where you’re safe from monitoring

Your Rights Under the California Fair Pay Act

What the law means for employees and employers

Choosing the Right Size Law Firm

Does size matter? Michigan attorneys weigh in

Employees May Not Get Paid If a Business Temporarily Closes

If a natural disaster closes doors, employers may also close wages

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