Monthly Archives: October 2018

WorkAbroad

Traveling Abroad for Work: Do U.S. Laws Apply to Employees Working Abroad?

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

Florida is a major hub for international business and it is not uncommon for many U.S. citizen employees to be working outside of the country for a U.S. controlled employer. This includes employees working for foreign subsidiaries controlled by a U.S. Employer. The good news is that most major U.S. anti-discrimination laws still protect… Read More »

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Law

EEOC Challenges “Inflexible” Leave Policies

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

It is advisable for any employer to have written policies governing employee leave and attendance. But, not just any policy will do. In drafting these policies, it is imperative to ensure that they are written to comply with a host of applicable federal, state, and local laws. Employers must be especially cautious before adopting… Read More »

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Nine Considerations Before Accepting a Job Abroad

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

There are many reasons why a U.S. resident might choose to work outside the United States. For some, there is the thrill of learning about life in a foreign country. For others, it may simply be a matter of economic necessity. Whatever your motivations, however, if you are thinking about accepting employment outside of… Read More »

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Telecommute to Work: When It’s a Reasonable Accommodation for Your Medical Condition

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

Working from home has become a popular option for many employees and employers in recent years. Modern internet makes it easier than ever for remote workers from across the state –and even around the world–to work together despite their physical separation. That said, there are still many traditional employers who do not allow telecommuting…. Read More »

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