People Quit Their Jobs Every Day
Roughly 48% of the currently identified unemployed actually quit their
job. An unusually high number? No. That
is within range the national norm for the past 5 years .
Many people quit because they felt...
When an employee is required to miss work due
to a physical ailment, many different issues and/or laws come
into play. We break down the most common below.
WHAT IS SHORT-TERM DISABILITY?
The term Short-Term Disability ("STD") refers...
May Be Eligible For Unemployment In PA If You Quit Your Job
If you quit your job, you may be eligible for PA unemployment benefits if you
had a necessitous and compelling reason to quit . Here are some of
the most common examples of a necessitous...
Misclassification of Employees as Independent
This is a problem that has plagued America's workforce for many years.
Companies have repeatedly, and purposefully, engaged in the practice of
misclassifying people who should be deemed...
New Jersey Boss Who Told Grieving Mother To Forget Deceased Daughter
The Superior Court of New Jersey (one step above a Common Pleas court
and one step below New Jersey's Supreme Court), issued a recent employment-law
decision that has...
My Employer Said it Would Not Contest My
Pennsylvania Unemployment Claim; What Does That Mean?
I receive many phone calls from employees who accepted a
voluntary lay-off ("reduction in force" or "RIF") with a promise from their...
Employment At Will: The Most Commonly
Misunderstood Principle in the Workplace
Most Americans have a general understanding of the "employment at
will" doctrine. They understand that it means that they are not guaranteed