When an ex-employee works for a competitor, the violation of a non-compete covenant is clear-cut. But few employment contracts define what it means to “solicit”. What is a
Employers Can Now Use After-Acquired Evidence in Court to Show Employee Wasn’t Qualified For the Job
The Anthony decision provides welcome support for employers who find that a discrimination plaintiff has concealed a lack of basic credentials to hold a job. In April 2020,
As PA counties move into the green phase of reopening and non-essential business commences, employers and business owners in PA have many questions. We have compiled and answered
The new act removes restrictions on eligibility for unemployment compensation, raises the dollar benefit amount; and increases the maximum weeks for collection.
The Act seeks to address the impact of coronavirus in a number of areas, but how will it affect employees, employers and their businesses in PA? On the
The Coronavirus pandemic has upended our lives with little notice. Public events have stopped, schools and stores have closed, the financial markets have been volatile, and people are
If you meet one of the following employment statuses, you may be eligible for unemployment compensation in Pennsylvania. Both employees and employers are trying to navigate the unprecedented
In their quest to keep their workplaces and their employees safe, it’s important that employers understand what they can or cannot do when it comes to restricting firearms
Being designated as a joint employer can have far-reaching ramifications per the FLSA. If you are the owner of a business or franchise that: has multiple locations utilizes
What Are the Rules on Retaliation – Can I Discipline an Employee Who Has Previously Complained About Discrimination?
Being an employer requires multiple hats. Aside from day-to-day business operations and long-range planning, employers have to hire and fire employees, investigate workplace complaints, and discipline employees for