Tag Archives: West Palm Beach Employment Lawyer

Taking Time Off to Care for a Child or Aging Parent Under the FMLA

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Are you considering taking time off from your job in South Florida to care for an aging parent or for a sick child? It is important to recognize that you have certain rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), which include taking time off from work to care for a family member… Read More »

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Last Paycheck and Last Vacation Days: What Am I Entitled to When I Leave My Job?

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So, you’ve finally landed that new job and the last thing on your plate is the dreaded conversation of letting your current employer know you’re leaving. While this conversation alone may be very stressful, it is even worse if the issue of your unused vacation pay and sick leave payout is unanswered. Indeed, many… Read More »

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Bullying at Work: Is It Legal?

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

There are many Floridians who experience bullying at work, but many do not realize it or simply do not know what they can do about it. One of the most difficult aspects of workplace bullying is that, in most cases, the bullying behavior does not meet certain requirements to allow the victim to file… Read More »

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Understanding the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

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If you are pregnant and end up getting fired after you take time off to have the baby, can you file a workplace discrimination lawsuit? Specifically, is this a form of sex discrimination or pregnancy discrimination? What about a situation in which you need to take time off from work to care for a… Read More »

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Learning More About Harassment in the Workplace

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Two Types of Harassment in Your Place of Employment When we hear that someone is filing a workplace harassment lawsuit, what do they mean? And are there different forms of workplace harassment, or is it defined in a more limited way? According to a fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Labor, there are… Read More »

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