In most sexual harassment lawsuits, the victim has suffered from harassment at the hands of a supervisor or a co-worker. But sometimes sexual harassment comes from customers, or harassers who do not work for the company. This too may violate the law. Click to learn more.
The Fifth Circuit denied an employer’s motion to compel arbitration for the simplest reason – the employer never signed the contract. Click to learn more.
Google fired an employee for writing a controversial memo this week. Did Google break the law?
Do Louisiana employees have the right to review their own personnel files? The answer is often no. Click here to learn more.
There is an unwritten tradition in the American labor market stating that employers should give two weeks notice before terminating an employee, and that workers should give two weeks’ notice before resigning. But is there any legal consequence to giving …
Many Louisiana employers face lawsuits regarding their illegal policies regarding meal and rest breaks. Click to learn more.
Nepotism is a reality in many Louisiana workplaces. But is it against the law? And what makes an effective nepotism policy? Click to learn more.
Many people facing workplace harassment don’t know what to do or where to turn. Click here to learn what steps you should take if there is harassment in your workplace.
Conventional wisdom says that salaried employees are ineligible for overtime. However, this is an oversimplification, and many salaried employees are in fact legally entitled to overtime pay. Click here to learn more.
Can Louisiana employers ban employees from carrying guns from the premises? The answer is generally yes, but some exceptions apply. Click to learn more.