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  • Am I entitled to pay during bad weather?
    Am I entitled to pay during bad weather?

    With heavy rains, wind and flooding disrupting Georgia’s neighboring states, many in Atlanta wonder if Florence or another major storm were to strike, will I be paid if I can’t get to work? When ...

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  • Walmart Sued for Pregnancy Discrimination
    Walmart Sued for Pregnancy Discrimination

    Walmart is facing new charges of employment discrimination. A recently filed pregnancy discrimination suit alleges that the retail giant has unlawfully discriminated against workers for years. Federal ...

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  • New Proposed Rule re Joint Employer Liability
    New Proposed Rule re Joint Employer Liability

    If you work at McDonald’s or any other franchise and have a wage and hour claim (i.e. you didn’t receive the overtime compensation you were entitled to), who do you sue? The franchise you work for ...

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  • Facebook Sued for Sex Discrimination in Employment Ads
    Facebook Sued for Sex Discrimination in Employment Ads

    A recently filed employment discrimination lawsuit asserts that Facebook’s platform promotes sex discrimination. Among the allegations are assertions that Facebook blocks women from seeing job ads. ...

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  • Common Wage and Hour Concerns
    Common Wage and Hour Concerns

    Employees have several common wage and hour questions, and while some variations exist, it is important to have a basic understanding of your rights. If you have questions, consulting with an ...

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  • How would appointing Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court affect employment discrimination laws?
    How would appointing Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court affect employment discrimination laws?

    With the hearings concerning Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s potential appointment to the Supreme Court wrapping up, many are concerned with how his appointment may affect our rights, especially in terms of ...

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