Firing An Employee? Check Out These 4 Tips For Avoiding A LawsuitWhile it's no small business owner's idea of a good time, it sometimes becomes necessary to fire an employee.
Being Annoying At Work Could Cost YouAfter pointing out a behavior that is grating, an office has the right to expect a worker will knock it off.
Employment Discrimination Laws Apply Not Just To Race But Also ColorMany employers don't realize that there is, in fact, a difference between race and color - and it’s a discrimination lesson companies are learning the hard way.
Don't 'Quit' Your Day JobWhen people hear the phrase “constructive discharge” they think it refers to a nice amicable way to get fired. It's actually the opposite.
Who Gets Severance?Unless you have an employment contract or are party to a collective bargaining agreement, your company doesn't owe you severance, but they may still pay.
Quit - Or Be Fired - Without NoticeDo you need to send a letter of resignation when leaving a job?
Tweeting The Truth About A Terminated EmployeeWhen Dallas Police Chief David Brown fires someone, he tweets their name and lets the world know what they did to lose their job.
Fired In PublicAOL chief Tim Armstrong, in the middle of a speech to thousand people, interrupted himself to fire his creative director out loud, then continued speaking. Some have suggested the creative director should sue.
Losing Unemployment CompensationIf you are fired, are you automatically entitled to unemployment compensation? Depends how you've been behaving at work.
Performance Evaluations: Tell It Like It IsPerformance evaluations play an important role in employment law, and honesty (in conjunction with kindness) is important.
Jeffrey Lurie Talks About Eagles Firing Andy ReidThree days shy to a year Jeffrey Lurie stood in the same place at the NovaCare Complex he occupied Monday afternoon when he issued the edict, “8-8 is unacceptable.”
Applying For A New Job With Your Old CompanyIf you left a job but now want back in, or if you were laid off but hear of job openings at your old company, what should and what should you NOT do?