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What You Do While on Vacation Could Cost You Your Job

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Depending on federal and state laws, as well as your employer’s policies, your conduct while on vacation—or even just after hours—could have a direct effect on your job. RewardExpert recently spoke with attorney Paula Brantner, senior advisor at Workplace Fairness, about the organization’s mission, common off-duty activities that may be prohibited by your employer, and what you should do if you think your rights have been violated.

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Miners Working with Congress to Solve Pension Crisis

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Construction job sites: the silent killer of immigrant workers

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The Trump Administration’s Backdoor Plan to Erode the Rights of Workers to Act Collectively

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Supreme Court takes up case that will devastate public sector unions

Ian Millhiser

Divide and Conquer: Employers' Attempts to Prohibit Joint Legal Action Will be Tested in Court

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Lopez v. Friant and Associates, LLC

Reversing the trial court's grant of summary judgment to the defendant employer in a case involving their failure to provide required information on itemized wage statements because the Private Attorneys General Act does not require that such failure be knowing or intentional under the specific section on which the plaintiff was proceeding.

Levi v. The Regents of the University of California

Reversing the trial court's orders granting summary judgment to the defendant employer on several causes of action relating to alleged harassment, discrimination, and retaliation because sufficient evidence was presented to overcome summary judgment by raising triable issues of fact, but affirming the court's refusal to hear certain evidentiary objections that were untimely or improperly framed.

October 4, 2017

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