Legal Articles, Employment

Can An Employee Sue For Wrongful Discharge Even Though The Employee Did Not Have An Employment Contract?

Can An Employee Sue For Wrongful Discharge Even Though The Employee Did Not Have An Employment Contract?

I Have Been Working A 40 Hour Work Week For 15.5 Years And Have Only Been Paid For 37.5 Hours. Am I Entitled To My Money Earned?

I Have Been Working A 40 Hour Work Week For 15.5 Years And Have Only Been Paid For 37.5 Hours. Am I Entitled To My Money Earned?

I Was Injured While Working In 2012 And Worker’s Comp Only Covered My Injury Until 2013. Can I Appeal And Be Reimbursed For Losses?

I Was Injured While Working In 2012 And Worker’s Comp Only Covered My Injury Until 2013. Can I Appeal And Be Reimbursed For Losses?

I Am Collecting Unemployment In Connecticut, And Received A Permanent Partial Disability Award From My Previous Employer. Will My Connecticut Unemployment Be Reduced?

I Am Collecting Unemployment In Connecticut, And Received A Permanent Partial Disability Award From My Previous Employer. Will My Connecticut Unemployment Be Reduced?

Will My Fiancé’s Record Make It More Difficult For Me To Find A Job Once We Are Married?

Will My Fiancé’s Record Make It More Difficult For Me To Find A Job Once We Are Married?

I Was Fired From My Job For Violating Rules And Regulations For Safety And General Conduct, Can I Collect Unemployment?

I Was Fired From My Job For Violating Rules And Regulations For Safety And General Conduct, Can I Collect Unemployment?

Q: Does My Employer Have To Give Me Two Weeks Notice That I Am Being Laid Off?

Q: Does My Employer Have To Give Me Two Weeks Notice That I Am Being Laid Off?

What Is The Enforceability Of An Employment Contract In Connecticut?

What Is The Enforceability Of An Employment Contract In Connecticut?

I Quit My Job Because Of Harassment And Threats, What Should I Do?

I Quit My Job Because Of Harassment And Threats, What Should I Do?

Can I Be Fired After Working Only 40 Hours At A Connecticut Restaurant?

Can I Be Fired After Working Only 40 Hours At A Connecticut Restaurant?

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