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February 2019 Archives

How many hours can a 16-year-old work in a week?

If you are an employer or parent of a teen in Florida, then you should make sure to read and understand the hour restrictions for teen employees. Most teenagers start looking for their first job around the age of 16, so knowing the law for this age is a good place to start.

A new approach to sexual harassment at work

Businesses in Florida and across the country have no doubt been grappling with how best to address the seemingly unending number of sexual misconduct cases that are being reported. The issue of fair treatment and a truly harassment-free workplace is one that spans all companies regardless of industry or size. The existing laws appear to have been ineffective in eliminating the problem and that has made some assert that a new approach is needed when it comes to training on this topic.

What should I know about maternity leave?

Maternity leave is a confusing topic for expectant mothers in Florida. It’s crucial that you’re well aware of the facts in this case, which can help you identify whether your rights are being violated. The Cut answers the following questions about maternity leave so you can rest assured that you’re being treated fairly by your employer.

Reviewing promotion trends in the U.S.

Nearly every working professional in Fort Lauderdale likely shares the same goal: to have their efforts recognized through a promotion. The concept of promotion assumes that such an achievement is merit-based, yet many cases have shown that career progression can be influenced by factors outside of an employee's control. In certain circumstances, those factors might be motivated by discrimination. The U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Commission is quite clear in saying that it is unlawful for an employer to base its decisions regarding promotions on age, sex, race, religious beliefs and sexual orientation. Yet determining when that has happened can be a challenge. 

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