Workers’ Compensation Retaliation Explained By Dallas Employment Lawyer – Justice News Flash


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Workers' Compensation Retaliation Explained By Dallas Employment Lawyer
Justice News Flash
Texas law provides that an employer may not discharge or in any other way discriminate against an employee because the employee filed a workers' compensation claim in good faith. An employer who violates this statute is subject to a workers' …

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EMPLOYMENT LAW: Re-employment offers must be made in good faith – Hamilton Spectator


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EMPLOYMENT LAW: Re-employment offers must be made in good faith
Hamilton Spectator
The law is that an employee who is offered re-employment by the terminating employer must accept it to mitigate their damages if the offer is reasonable. That means the courts will look at exactly what's being offered to ensure it is comparable but

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Questions about severance? Here’s your chance to ask an employment lawyer – The Globe and Mail

Questions about severance? Here's your chance to ask an employment lawyer
The Globe and Mail
How severance is calculated – and what your rights are when you're laid off – is a mystery to many employees. A recent Globe Careers article by employment lawyer Daniel Lublin resulted in dozens of inquiries from readers about their situations. Here's

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