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November 2017 Archives

What Emerging Multiracial Plaintiff Cases Suggest About Employment Discrimination Law

Beginning in 2000, the United States Census Bureau began allowing respondents to choose more than one racial category. Following that census, 2.4 percent of the U.S. population identified themselves as multiracial. In the 2010 census, that number increased to 2.9 percent. There is speculation that the multiracial population in the United States may have been underestimated and the number of those who identify as such will continue to grow.

Employees Who Work on Vacation May Not Be Doing Employers Any Favors

The days of employees taking relaxing vacations away from their jobs are fading fast. Thanks to the constant connection created by technology, employees are finding it more difficult than ever to unplug and step away from their jobs. While they may intend to rest and relax during their vacation time, they inevitably find themselves checking email, answering work-related calls, or even working on projects.

How​ ​A​ ​Startup's​ ​Legal​ ​Battle​ ​Could Redefine​ ​Tech​ ​Workers'​ ​Rights

Contracts that prevent employees from working for competitors after terminating their current employment are commonly known as non-compete agreements. These agreements are common practice for many Florida businesses. They are designed to, among other things, protect your business from unscrupulous employees who may try to share trade secrets and other proprietary information with their new employers.

Florida Minimum Wage Set To Increase Jan 1, 2018: What Employers Should Know

Since the Florida minimum wage law was passed in 2004, Florida employers are responsible for keeping up with both state and Federal regulations. On January 1, 2018, the minimum wage in Florida is set to increase. Here's what you need to know.

The US Secretary Of Labor Has Had Enough: Confronting Visa Program Fraud and Abuse Nationwide

On October 9, 2017, U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta issued a statement announcing the Trump administration's commitment to battling Federal visa program fraud and abuse. He has instructed the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to vigorously enforce all laws under its jurisdiction and aggressively prosecute violators.

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