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A Quick Guide on FMLA Discrimination in the Workplace

Maximizing Your Severance Pay Upon Employment Termination

An Introduction to Qui Tam Litigation: What It Is and How Whistleblowers Are Protected

Knowing your rights to medical leave

Philly’s Ban the Box ordinance gives new protections to job applicants

Pay cannot be based on employee gender

Whistleblowers have specific rights

Why was I denied unemployment benefits?

State senator forces vote on minimum wage bill

Workers’ benefits and wage supplements protected by law

A Quick Guide on FMLA Discrimination in the Workplace

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides job protection for eligible employees by allowing up to 12 weeks of unpaid and job-protected time off…

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Maximizing Your Severance Pay Upon Employment Termination

When you get a new job or when you are interviewing for a new job, we all know that you can negotiate for the salary…

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An Introduction to Qui Tam Litigation: What It Is and How Whistleblowers Are Protected

At the 24th Annual Employment Law Institute (ELI), sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, our very own Jared A. Jacobson Esq. co-presented, along with Joseph…

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Knowing your rights to medical leave

Medical leave is an issue that has seen huge awareness growth recently. As vocal groups push for more universal access to maternity leave, the general…

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Philly’s Ban the Box ordinance gives new protections to job applicants

Philadelphia’s Fair Chance Hiring Law (a.k.a. Ban the Box ordinance) was enacted in 2011 and went into effect March 14, 2016. The recent amendments to…

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Pay cannot be based on employee gender

According to Pew Research Center, women only earn 84 cents for every dollar their male counterparts earn in the same occupations every year. This means…

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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…

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Why was I denied unemployment benefits?

If you were denied unemployment compensation, Pennsylvania’s Department of Labor and Industry determined that you were not eligible to receive benefits under the law. The…

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State senator forces vote on minimum wage bill

In Pennsylvania, employers are required to pay their hourly workers at least $7.25 per hour, reports the National Conference of State Legislatures. It has been…

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Workers’ benefits and wage supplements protected by law

In Montgomery, Pennsylvania, benefits and other wage supplements are a protected part of some workers’ employment payment packages. The Wage Payment and Collection Law defines…

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