Tag Archives: Employee Rights
Senator Lee Introduces Bill to Strip the National Labor Relations Board of its Power to Prosecute Unfair Labor Practices
Under the National Labor Relations Act (the Act), the National Labor Relations Board (the Board) has the power to investigate and prosecute unfair labor practices as defined by the Act. Unfair labor practices include, but are not limited to, such things as illegally interfering with employees’ rights to organize; retaliating against employees for supporting… Read More »
DO I HAVE TO SIGN PAPERWORK TO SEE THE COMPANY DOCTOR IN MY PENNSYLVANIA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CASE?
Once you are injured at work, you are required to report the injury to your employer. Once you do that you are usually asked to sign paperwork which could include an accident report and/or a panel physician list. The panel physician list is commonly known as the list of “Company Doctors.” Normally, an employee… Read More »
Good jobs can be hard to find. If you have a criminal record that can make it even more difficult to find a decent job. In 2012 the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued an Enforcement Guidance Memo that recognized that in the last twenty years, there has been a significant increase in… Read More »