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June 2015 Archives

The Securities and Exchange Commission and whistleblowers

Since the passing of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in 2002, publicly traded companies have been required to provide a full report regarding their financial standing. This law is in place to protect investors, as it ensures that companies are not able to withhold information that would benefit it.

How to know if you are being bullied at work

There is a big difference between being bullied at work and good old-fashion teasing. As an employee, you need to know when people have crossed the line and when they are simply having fun. On the same token, you must keep yourself in check, as you never want to come across as a bully.

Responsibilities and reasons for FMLA claims

As an employee, you should be familiar with the Family and Medical Leave Act. While this doesn't pertain to every employer and employee, many are covered. In short, this act is in place protect workers who need to take a leave related to a personal or family medical situation.

Types of internet sexual harassment

The internet has changed the world for the better in many ways. This is particularly true in the business world. Conversely, it has also brought forth a variety of new challenges, such as companies seeking ways to ensure that employees do not engage in online sexual harassment.

Were you wrongfully terminated from your job?

It is easy to be upset if you are fired or laid off from your job. Many people automatically assume they were wrongfully terminated. While this may be true, there are times when this is not the case. Instead, the employer had every right to make this decision.

What are common questions regarding sexual harassment?

If you feel you have become a victim of sexual harassment in the workplace, it is common for your mind to go into overdrive. You will be faced with a variety of questions, some of which are easy to answer. Others, however, will be much more complex.

Employees and employers should understand retaliation

There are many types of retaliation, all of which should be understood by both employees and employers. For example, a common form of retaliation involves a worker who complains that he or she was discriminated against and later punished in some way for this action.

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