The Trump administration is moving to fill judicial vacancies and the NLRB. The NLRB will soon have a Republican majority, and Workplace Fairness will be keeping you up to date on actions that affect workers' rights.Share this free e-newsletter with your network to stay on top of important developments affecting the workplace today.
Workplace Fairness offers easy-to-read workers’ rights information in every area of employment law, and tracks the most current news in the employment law sector. We help over 4 million workers per year get the information they need about their rights in the workplace and connect them with employment law attorneys. Visit our site and share us on social media to help us help workers and their advocates.
An appeals court has sided with a Jimmy John's franchise owner who fired six employees for making signs protesting the company's sick day policy. The meme explains how the Twin Cities-based Jimmy John's franchise owner did not offer paid sick days, and it implies that employees risk losing their jobs if they call in sick, despite the risk that poses to customers.
Reversing the district court's grant of summary judgment to the defendant in an action under the Fair Labor Standards Act and holding that mortgage underwriters are entitled to overtime compensation for work in excess of 40 hours a week because the primary job duty did not relate to the employer bank's management or general business operations, so that the administrative employee exemption did not apply.
With over 4.25 million visitors to our website each year hoping to learn more about their rights, we help people needing lawyers all year long...and we want you to join us! With our websites and web content that highlight the most important issues representing workers and our deluxe listings and advertising, you can be ready for any season!