Monthly Archives: April 2018

EmpContract

Negotiating Severance Agreements: Tips for Florida Employees

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

While Florida law does not require employers to offer employees any particular severance pay upon termination of the employment relationship, many employers offer severance or separation pay anyways, typically in exchange for a release of potential legal claims that the employee may have, or to enforce a non-compete agreement. Severance may also be part… Read More »

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SexHarassment

Are Unpaid “Volunteers” Protected Under Employment Discrimination Laws?

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

With sexual harassment continuing to draw national attention in the wake of the #MeToo movement, it is important more now than ever that employers are cognizant of their responsibilities to their employees under the law – including volunteers. Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Florida Civil Rights Act… Read More »

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Can a Florida Employer Ban Employees From Discussing Their Pay With Each Other?

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

Pay discrimination on the basis of sex violates an employee’s rights to equal treatment in the workplace. But, how is someone even to know that they are getting paid less than their counterparts? Oftentimes, employees are unaware they may be the victims of pay discrimination simply because they do not know how much their… Read More »

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