As an employer, do you know what are your responsibilities under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)? You may think you know everything there is to know about the law, but recent modifications could leave you doing the wrong thing and not even being aware of it. Here’s the complete picture of what the FMLA stipulates for employers. First, let’s go over the basics:
It seems like you can hardly turn on the news these days without hearing about another case of sexual harassment in just about any industry -- from the newsroom to the high-profile world of celebrity chefs.
The holiday season often brings a lot of confusion about wages and overtime pay.
We've seen it affect Hollywood, we've seen it affect the news networks and now we're seeing it affect Congress. The maelstrom of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct claims that have been coming out of the woodwork feels kind of like somebody turned the lights on in the middle of the night, and now the cockroaches of the world are clamoring to hide and take cover. The thing is, there's nowhere for them to run. Many powerful people are being held to the candle for the unjust way they've sexually abused their subordinates.
Getting fired is pretty traumatic. However, what you do next is incredibly important in order to preserve your future and your finances.