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What is "Quiet Firing," and is it Legal?

Under certain circumstances, you may have a wrongful termination case Recently, the term "quiet quitting" has been in the news a great deal, referring to employees who stay within work hours and don't go "above and beyond" without extra pay. (We're not sure how that constitutes "quitting" as opposed to "doing your job" and "following...

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How A Lawyer Can Help If You Experienced Age Discrimination

Workers over the age of 40 can be productive employees who bring valuable experience to employers. But not every employer recognizes that. There are still biases and misconceptions about older workers that impact how they are treated in the workplace. In some cases, they experience age discrimination. Age discrimination in the workplace is shameful. It...

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Common Examples of Workplace Discrimination

Though progress has been made over the past several decades, discrimination still exists in many workplaces in Cincinnati, Dayton, and throughout Ohio. Whenever employers or supervisors hold biases against certain people, those beliefs can result in the mistreatment of workers on the job. Discrimination against workers because of certain characteristics is against federal and Ohio...

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Forced Arbitration Ban is Only the Beginning

Everyone comes to work to focus on doing their job, thinking they are in a safe space, but sometimes that isn't the case. More than one in three women claim they have experienced sexual harassment at work. Unfortunately, many victims have been stopped from speaking out about sexual harassment at work by forced arbitration agreements....

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What to Do If You're Misclassified as an Independent Contractor

Make sure your employer isn't violating your rights. Businesses are outsourcing more and more work to independent contractors: the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated this trend, but independent contracting and freelance work were on the rise even before then. This isn't necessarily a bad thing. When done well, independent contractor relationships can work to the advantage of...

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How to Report Workplace Sexual Harassment in Ohio

Know your legal rights and how to protect them Employees have a right to a workplace that is free from unlawful harassment, including sexual harassment. Unfortunately, whether because their employers don't know the law or simply turn a blind eye to violations, far too many workers experience harassment every day. The law protects employees in...

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New Ohio Law Clarifies Overtime Pay

Senate Bill 47 codifies overtime exemptions in Ohio law On April 6, 2022, Governor Mike DeWine signed into law Senate Bill 47, which explicitly exempts several types of tasks from Ohio's overtime pay law. The new law will go into effect in July 2022. Ohio law requires employers to pay overtime for all hours worked...

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Does Your Employer Need to Pay for Overnight Work?

Make sure you know your rights and get paid for all hours worked For many people, work isn't just a 9-to-5. Some jobs require travel and overnight stays outside the home, and in these situations, workers can end up victims of wage law violations. A recent U.S. Department of Labor investigation in Columbus shed light...

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