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  • The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993

    The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993

    Do you know what rights the FMLA of 1993 protects? If not, read more here and find out what it means to you.

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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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  • Hospitality Law

    Hospitality Law

    Bartenders, servers & employees in the hospitality industry have rights under the Fair Labor & Standards Act (FLSA). Contact a Hospitality Attorney today.

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  • A Self-Help Guide to File for Unemployment in Florida

    A Self-Help Guide to File for Unemployment in Florida

    Need to know how to file for unemployment in Florida or have questions about your claim? Our guide can assist you through the unemployment claim process.

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  • Common Maternity Leave Violations in Pinellas County, FL

    Common Maternity Leave Violations in Pinellas County, FL

    Employees who go on maternity leave have legal protection against discrimination. They have the right to be treated equally and fairly. There are common maternity leave violations in Pinellas County, Florida, that can cause significant difficulties to family life, careers, and financial stability. When employers decide to break the law, they should be held accountable.…

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  • Wage Theft in Pinellas County: How to Protect Your Rights

    Wage Theft in Pinellas County: How to Protect Your Rights

    Employees have the right to get paid what they are lawfully owed. If you believe you may have been the victim of wage theft in Pinellas County, all is not lost. You can take action to protect your rights and pursue what you are owed. Laws are on the books that protect workers from wage…

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  • How to Report an Employer for Unfair Treatment

    How to Report an Employer for Unfair Treatment

    Whether you face workplace discrimination, retaliation, or another form of unfair treatment, it is crucial to protect your rights as an employee and hold your employer accountable. Discover how to report an employer for unfair treatment and what you will need to help prove your case.

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  • What Is the Fair Labor Standards Act – and Why Should I Care?

    What Is the Fair Labor Standards Act – and Why Should I Care?

    The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is a federal law that establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and more to protect employee rights. If you believe you’re not being paid fair wages or have not received the compensation you are owed, discover how this law protects you and what you should do if your rights…

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  • A Quick Guide to Florida Labor Laws

    A Quick Guide to Florida Labor Laws

    (Updated July 2023) Florida labor laws exist to ensure that employees get paid what they are legally owed and protect employees from illegal actions such as harassment. They are far-reaching and include state statutes and federal statutes such as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). At Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A., we are dedicated to fighting…

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  • Filing a Discrimination Lawsuit Against Your Employer: What You Need to Know

    Filing a Discrimination Lawsuit Against Your Employer: What You Need to Know

    If you have been a victim of workplace discrimination, you may have grounds to file a lawsuit against your employer. Workers are protected by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), which enforces laws that ensure fair treatment in the workplace. However, filing a discrimination lawsuit can be tricky. You need an attorney with experience in…

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