Proposed regulations would make discrimination on the basis of gender identity prohibited under state law in New York.
Non-disclosure agreements are nothing unique to employment contracts, and are featured in many other documents in the business world. Find out how they can affect you.
How could a U.S. Supreme Court case about unsolicited text messages affect workers' abilities to constitute and bring suit as a class?
Non-compete agreements are a common component of certain employment contracts, and the enforceability of them can depend on the state in which you live.
What is required for a class action suit to be viable? A case in front of the U.S. Supreme Court could continue to clarify the terms under which these cases may be brought before the court system.
Illegal discrimination in the workplace can come in many forms and be committed against victims for a wide variety of reasons, and national origin is one of these protected classes.
As the U.S. Supreme Court considers the relationship between unions and compulsory dues, experts speculate on the effect it could have on public sector workers across all industries.
What is the minimum wage where you work? How do these laws work in the United States?
The point at which accrual for a constructive discharge claim begins is at the center of one case currently being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Prolonged exposure to asbestos causes mesothelioma and other serious diseases. The people most at risk for developing mesothelioma are those who've worked with asbestos every day for decades.