Unfair labor practices exist when an employer or union has violated an employee's right to improve his or her work conditions. Examples of unfair labor practices include, but are not limited to, prohibiting employees to ... More »

Temporary work can be beneficial in that it keeps an employee current on marketplace practices, compensates them financially for their labor and prevents the formation of gaps in their resume that could end up looking li... More »

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As of 2015, grounds for a lawsuit under the provisions of the Family Medical Leave Act include an employer's refusal to give an employee time off or a reduced workload, and any retaliatory action against an employee who ... More »

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The purpose of a garnishment letter is for an employer to advise his employee that the employer received a summons for garnishment, so the employee should expect deductions in his pay to comply with the summons, the Hous... More »

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An employer breach of confidentiality happens when an employer reveals information about an employee to unauthorized people. For example, an employer breach of confidentiality occurs if an employer shares medical informa... More »

Wrongful termination laws govern when an employer may legally terminate an employee and provide legal remedies to former employees who weren't terminated in accordance with applicable laws, Nolo explains. When an employe... More »

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If an employer fails to provide the current-year Form W-2 by January 31, the employee should contact the employer or payer, according to the Internal Revenue Service. If the form is not provided by February 14, call the ... More »

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