Category: Employment Discrimination

  • Can an Employer Take Away Reasonable Accommodation?

    Can an Employer Take Away Reasonable Accommodation?

    Reasonable accommodation is a central concept in employment law. Employers are obligated to provide reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities, helping ensure there are equal opportunities in the workplace for everyone. However, in practice, there can be a fine line between what sort of accommodation an employer is and is not required to provide. One…

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  • Can an Employer Fire You for Being Sick?

    Can an Employer Fire You for Being Sick?

    You may fear losing your job when you experience an illness, especially when your sick days run out. The good news is that there are legal protections in place for employees that specifically address termination due to illness. However, this does not automatically mean your job is secure if you missed days due to illness. …

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  • Can an Employer Deny You Unpaid Time Off?

    Can an Employer Deny You Unpaid Time Off?

    State laws differ when it comes to unpaid time off for employees. Frequent requests for unpaid time off can interfere with an employer’s business. But whether you are heading off for a family vacation or need to attend a child’s school event, it can be deeply frustrating to have a boss deny your request for…

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  • Process for Disputing a Failed Background Check

    Process for Disputing a Failed Background Check

    Negative information on a background report or credit check can sink your opportunity to land your dream job. As a result, employers routinely request that job applicants consent to one or more screening reports, especially if the job involves a position of trust or access to sensitive information. When damaging information surfaces, the employer may…

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  • 2023 Employment Discrimination Statistics Employees Need to Know

    2023 Employment Discrimination Statistics Employees Need to Know

    Are you a victim of employment discrimination? Wenzel Fenton Cabassa P.A. discusses employment discrimination statistics and what to do if you have a case.

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