Tagged With Employment Law

7 mind-blowing facts that show why employment in the US is the worst in the developed world


Uber and Lyft are fighting tooth and nail against a California bill that could make some drivers employees and bankrupt both companies


Half of LGBTQ employees say they have experienced verbal discrimination at work



Googlers across the country staged a big 'sit-in' because they say organisers of November's sexual harassment walkouts were retaliated against


A nurse who spoke out against Mark Zuckerberg paying to rename an SF hospital is accusing it of retaliation


Facebook is being sued by an ex-content moderator who says she got PTSD from exposure to graphic and 'toxic' content on the job



There's a risk Brexit talks will lead to companies helping EU workers too much


Santander employs staff on contracts that guarantee just 12 hours work a year


An employment lawyer explains whether you can legally be fired while you're on parental leave


'It's cheeky. It's just naughty': Uber is going to court today


The 3 most important things to know if you're managing half a million employees


A Legal Victory For Strippers Is Bad News For The '1099 Economy'



7 Surprising Ways Your Company Can Still Discriminate Against You


There Are Still 29 US States Where You Can Be Fired For Being Gay


Why 'Innocent Until Proven Guilty' Doesn't Hold At The Office


9 Ways Your Employer Can Legally Spy On You



8 Ways Your Employer Can Legally Discriminate Against You


Legalizing Marijuana Is A 'Conflict That's Going To be Huge' In The Workplace


Here's Why Employers Can Get Away With Firing Pregnant Women


You Could Be Hit With A Lawsuit If You Post Your Job Openings On Twitter