Chronic Illnesses and FMLA
Chronic illnesses affect approximately 133 million in the U.S., according to the National Health Council. While many of the people affected do manage to hold down a job, it is not possible for others, for a variety of reasons. If you do have a chronic illness, you do have the option in most situations to…Read More
Changes At The EEOC May Affect Your Claim
Though it may not seem like it, even federal institutions do change. Because it happens so infrequently, however, people can be blindsided by it, to the detriment of any business they may have with the agency. Such is the case with the March 2016 changes in procedure at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Staying…Read More
Why Would Someone Need An Employment Lawyer?
Our jobs are not as secure as they perhaps once were. In this day and age, more and more companies are choosing to focus on the bottom line, and sometimes, this can result in mistakes and outright ill treatment from employers that have obligations to treat us better. If you ever wind up in the…Read More