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What the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act Means for Ohio Employees

During pregnancy and after childbirth, you have rights under a new federal law. Last month, an important new protection went into effect for workers in Ohio and across the country. The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations for pregnant workers as well as those who have recently given birth. Since...

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What the Law Says About Whether You Can or Can't Work Remotely

Employers need to follow the law when making decisions about remote work. Over the last three years, more and more employers in Ohio and around the country have been offering employees the option of working at home. Some workplaces have gone fully remote. Many others are "hybrid," with some employees working from home and others...

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Wage Discrimination Claims Under the Equal Pay Act

Make sure you know your rights and your legal options if they're violated Since the Equal Pay Act (EPA) was signed into law in 1963, equal pay for equal work has been the legal standard in the United States. It's illegal under the EPA for employers to pay men and women differently for the same...

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Severance Agreements: How an Ohio Employment Lawyer Can Help

Know your rights and protect your interests in severance negotiations Leaving a job, whether voluntarily or otherwise, is rarely an easy transition. Severance pay can provide a degree of security and assistance during this transition period — but you need to know your rights and remember that you have the ability to negotiate for more....

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The Ongoing Fight Over Non-Compete Agreements

A significant step in the battle for employees' rights Last month, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a proposed regulation that would ban non-compete clauses in employment nationwide. The proposed rule would not only prohibit employers from entering into non-competes with workers going forward, but also require employers to rescind existing non-competes and inform workers...

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Is Your Employer Violating Your Rights During the Holidays?

The holiday season may be full of joy, but it's not always an easy time for Ohio workers. There are several violations of labor and employment laws that spike during the holidays, and if you're affected by those violations, you need to know your rights. Here are three big questions you should be asking during...

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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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