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A valid reason is advanced, but evidence contradicts Yesterday's CED covered the situation when there's no documentation to back up a firing. Perhaps worse is the situation in which documentation does exist, but it contradicts the reason that has been advanced. Typical situations: Poor performance is alleged, but performance appraisals... Continue reading
Posted Sep 27, 2012 at Fast Workforce News
On September 19, 2012, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit affirmed the Opinion and Order of the U.S. District Court dismissing a Walmart employee’s wrongful discharge suit filed pursuant to the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act (MMMA). The Court of Appeals agreed that while the MMMA was meant... Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 25, 2012 at Fast Workforce News
As use of social media sites continues to rise, employer attempts to access social media content and passwords from current employees and applicants have come in for mounting criticism. By appearing to threaten private communications, this employer practice has triggered a strong legislative reaction at the state and federal levels.... Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 4, 2012 at Fast Workforce News
As you gear up for your group health plan’s open enrollment period this fall, keep in mind that employers will also have to distribute a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) with open enrollment materials this year. Read full story at below link: via Continue reading
Reblogged Aug 6, 2012 at Fast Workforce News
Employees can use statistical evidence to establish a prima facie case of age discrimination under California Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”), the federal appeals court in San Francisco has held. Schechner v. KPIX-TV, No. 11-15294 (9th Cir. May 29, 2012). The statistics, however, must present a sufficiently strong showing... Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2012 at Fast Workforce News
California Law No Bar to Jury Trial Waiver in Arbitration Agreement, California Appeal Court Rules Date:6.29.2012 California law does not prohibit an employer from requiring an employee to waive his or her right to a jury trial in an agreement with an arbitration provision, the California Court of Appeal has... Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2012 at Fast Workforce News
David...the best applicants are more likely to skip a shoddy or dreary craigslist job ad and instead apply at one which represents the hiring company in a positive light. Companies do not just want massive numbers of applicants, they want the best ones. The results from a bad craigslist ad and a well done one are day and night in this regard.
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