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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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Report: 80% of Remote Employees Experienced Discrimination

A recent report found that eight out of ten employees experienced discrimination while working remotely last year. The findings of the report, The State of Workplace Discrimination 2021, were recently released by AllVoices, an employee feedback management startup founded by an Uber whistleblower. As part of an ongoing research series, the report surveyed full time...

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Are Ohio Employers Liable For Employee Mental Health?

The Ohio family of a grocery store worker who died by suicide is suing the company for wrongful death, claiming an extreme campaign of at-work bullying and harassment against their late son led to his death. The lawsuit is inspiring questions about federal and Ohio employment laws requiring safe work environments. How liable is a...

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Racial Discrimination Complaints Common at Some Ohio Companies

Our employment attorneys reveal the details you should know Despite increased awareness about protecting the rights of racial minorities, racial discrimination in the workplace remains a problem at some Ohio companies, according to a recent news investigation by The Columbus Dispatch. The investigation focused on allegations of racial discrimination raised by 15 former employees of...

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California Couple Awarded $7.6M for Wrongful Termination

An Ohio wrongful termination attorney explains what to know According to The National Law Review, an apartment building owner and property management company in California have been ordered by a Los Angeles jury to pay $7.6 million in damages to two plaintiffs who say they were subject to discrimination and wrongfully terminated due to a...

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Tesla Factory Workers Detail Alleged Workplace Discrimination

No worker should be belittled, harassed, or threatened at their job, but new court documents allege that's exactly what happened to a group of current and former Tesla employees who filed a discrimination lawsuit against the tech giant. According to The New York Post, black employees at Tesla's Fremont, California, factory were subject to a...

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Men reluctant to take paternity leave due to career, study finds

Ohio employment law attorneys explain how parental leave works A recent study found that some men are reluctant to take paternity leave. That's because they fear it could hurt their career. However, the study’s authors believe such fears could be alleviated if universal paternity leave became more common and more employers encouraged workers to take...

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Ohio employment law reform is here

As an employee in Ohio, proving a discrimination claim just became more difficult thanks to business-supported legislation that is now law. Here's what workers in Ohio need to know. Good for business, bad for workers For hard-working Ohioans, it’s not hard to read between the lines of the Employment Law Uniformity Act. Signed into law...

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