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December 2015 Archives

Men victims of sexual harassment too

Even though people often only think about women victims when sexual harassment comes to mind, the truth is that many men are often victimized by these unwanted acts as well. According to the Washington Times, more men than ever are coming forward and seeking legal protection against their harassers.

Wrongful termination suit filed against attorney general

A case recently filed in the Pennsylvania court system is highlighting the fact that wrongful termination can happen in jobs in any industry within both the public and private sector. According to Philly.com, one of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane’s former aides has recently filed a lawsuit against her for wrongful termination. The aide claims in his complaint that he was unlawfully dismissed as retaliation for recommending that the attorney general’s newly appointed chief of staff be dismissed for sexually harassing females in the office.

Is my business breaking child labor laws

If you are not careful in the management of your teenager employees, your business may be inadvertently breaking Pennsylvania's child labor laws. These laws essentially place limitations on your company's ability to employ minors as a protection for their health and safety.

Whistleblowers have specific rights

According to the Pennsylvania Statutes, a whistleblower is an employee who personally witnesses or has proof that his or her employer is engaged in waste or wrongdoing, and who reports these acts to his or her superior or another appropriate authority. The wrongdoing must involve a violation of existing federal or state statutes, regulations, or codes of conduct that are focused on protecting the interest of the public or employer.

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