With these strange times and uncertain economic conditions, the magnifying glass is, once again, put on the practices of employers across Florida and the U.S.
Case: Hernandez v. Crespo, 171 So. 3d 116 (Fla. 2015) In an important medical malpractice case, the Florida Supreme Court ruled that arbitration agreements cannot
On April 1, 2019, the Department of Labor made an announcement that it will be making a notice of proposed rulemaking concerning joint employment. Most
Businesses were panicking in 2016 at the prospect of paying more to employees. At that time, a proposal was set to be enacted by the
Most people performing sales and order-taking duties are compensated with commission in addition to base wages. For this reason, federal and state labor laws treat
Harassment at work can make life difficult, to say the least. If a supervisor, coworker, or even an outside vendor is making inappropriate comments or
It is increasingly common for business owners to meet workflow needs with the help of independent contractors. Since employers avoid paying benefits and taxes for
The Amazon corporation has recently been called out for work safety concerns and employment law violations. As reported by The Guardian, numerous Amazon warehouse employees
It is common for Florida employers to include a non-compete clause in their employment contract, or to ask new employees to sign a non-compete agreement.
Blatant discrimination and harassment at work is all too common, affecting people from all walks of life. This includes those who find themselves in a