Monthly Archives: January 2022

EmpDisc

Sex Discrimination Claim Against University Of Miami Set To Go To Trial

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

On October 6th, 2021, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published a press release confirming that a federal judge has denied a motion for summary judgment filed by the University of Miami. In doing so, the judge is allowing an employee’s sex-based discrimination claim to proceed to trial. In this article, you will find… Read More »

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EmploymentLaw

What To Know About Florida’s New Restrictions On COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates For Private Employers

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

On November 18, 2021, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a pair of companion bills from the Florida House of Representatives and the Florida State Senate that require private employers to add new exemptions if they seek to have a vaccine mandate in place for its employees. In this article, you will find an overview… Read More »

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Severance Pay: A Guide To Employee Rights In Florida

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

Leaving a job is never easy. Whether you are terminated, laid off, or resigning voluntarily, the transition period can be challenging. A severance package (severance agreement) can help to relieve some of the financial burden while transitioning to a new job. However, severance pay is not a guaranteed right under state or federal law…. Read More »

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Pregnancy And Reasonable Accommodations: Know Your Rights In Florida

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

All employers should assess employees based on their qualifications—not on stereotypes. Workplace discrimination is unacceptable. Unfortunately, too many pregnant employees face discriminatory treatment from employers. Not only do many employers have a proactive duty to avoid pregnancy discrimination, they may be required to provide a reasonable accommodation. In this article, you will find a… Read More »

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