Suitable Seating Law: My Job is Requiring Me to Stand All Shift

Are you working as a cashier this holiday season at Target, Walmart, Home Depot, Walgreens, or other larger chain stores? Are you working as a barista at Starbucks, Peet’s, or Coffee Bean? Or maybe you work as a bank teller … Continued

Commission Plan: Is it In Writing and Signed by Both You and Your Employer?

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If you work in a commission-based job, every role you have as part of the sale makes a difference. Sometimes commission-based jobs are simple – you earn a certain percentage for each sale you have converted. But there are times … Continued

How Companies Are Violating Your Consumer Rights With Telemarketing Calls

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“Hey! We currently have a great deal on our triple play package. Sign up with us and get cable, Internet & phone for only $60 per month!”   We’ve all received a call like this at least once, whether it’s … Continued

Are you a Kroger Employee Affected by the Equifax Data Breach?

                  Data breaches are common in today’s technological landscape. While employees expect that their private information, such as their social security numbers, addresses and pay records will be safe in the hands … Continued

Should I Be a Whistleblower and Report Violations?

A whistleblower is one who takes the initiative to report unethical or illegal activity in the workplace or elsewhere. What and When to Report A whistleblower alerts the proper authorities over conditions that are not correct within an organization. The … Continued