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Can I Send an Hourly Employee Home Early?

by: Jessica Zimmer

Sending employees home early is a wise managerial decision if you are experiencing slow business or you realize employees have been over scheduled. This way, you are not paying the hourly wages of employees who really have nothing to do. While some ...
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Laws on Tenure for Teachers in Tennessee

by Natalya Rudakova

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How to Get an Unemployment Extension in Michigan

by Teo Spengler

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Salaried Employee Rights in Massachusetts

by Jan Hill

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Can You Get Unemployment if You Are a Dependent?

by: Jennifer Moore

The unemployment insurance program offers insurance payments for people who become unemployed through no fault of their own, but these people must meet state requirements to receive these benefits. Eligibility for unemployment is dependent on many ...
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State of Florida Disability Laws

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What Happens If Your Employer Misses Payroll?

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Is California a Right-to-Work State?

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Illinois Work Laws for 17-Year-Olds

Illinois doesn't have any restrictions for 17-year-old workers and thus follows the United States Department of Labor rules for workers that age. ...

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What Is Considered a Hostile Work Environment by Delaware Law?

by: Fraser Sherman

Delaware law says persistent harassment based on factors such as race, religion or gender can create a hostile work environment.
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by Al Bondigas

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