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August 2014 Archives

There is no place for a hostile workplace

Most companies throughout the state of Florida take steps to keep the workplace environment friendly and free of borderline activity. There are situations, however, in which a hostile workplace is created, and that can lead to a variety of problems.

Wrongful termination claim settled in Florida

The city of Fort Pierce has agreed to settle a wrongful termination and retaliation claim with a former employee. The city and the former human resources director came to an agreement for her to be paid $34,128 for hundreds of hours of sick leave she accumulated over the course of 20 years of working for the city.

Disability Discrimination and Reasonable Accommodation

Disability discrimination remains a problem throughout the United States, despite the fact that there are laws in place to protect employees and help employers understand what they can and cannot do.

How a hostile work environment is created

If anyone in Florida believes that they are being forced to work in a hostile work environment, they need to know what rights employees have in a situation like this. However, understanding their rights begins with understanding how a hostile workplace is created in the first place.

Florida officer makes wrongful termination claim

Nobody wants to make a wrongful termination claim against a former employer, but in the event that the person was treated poorly they often times have no other option. A former police officer for the Okeechobee City Police Department has filed a lawsuit against the department in an attempt to collect for damages related to his termination.

A hostile workplace can lead to real trouble

Millions of people throughout the state of Florida go to work every day. While most are able to do so in peace, without having to worry about harassment and bullying, there are quite a few who are faced with this on a regular basis.

Florida officer will be brought back after being wrongfully fired

An officer in Lakeland, Florida, lost his job due to a workplace scandal, but it now appears that he will be getting his job back. He is also fighting to retain his seniority, benefits and any back pay that he is owed for the time that he was not on the force, according to his attorney. The arbitrator in the case has made the ruling to reinstate the officer.

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