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...
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...
have to file a Charge of Discrimination with a state or federal agency before I
can file a lawsuit in Pennsylvania?
Yes, you do. And, if you do not file one within a specified period of time,
your rights to ever file a lawsuit will be lost...
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...
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...
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
WARN Act: The Worker Adjustment and
Retraining Notification Act
That's a mouthful! In general, this statute is designed to require
employers to provide employees with 6o days notice of layoffs due to plant
closings, sale of business or financial...