In This Presentation:
- DEFENDING AGAINST WORKERS’ COMPENSATION RETALIATION CLAIMS
- EXEMPT/NON-EXEMPT CLASSIFICATION ISSUES UNDER FLSA
- AGE DISCRIMINATION OVERVIEW
- THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY IN EMPLOYEE HANDBOOKS
- RECENT CASE LAW UPDATE
- Excerpt from DEFENDING AGAINST WORKERS’ COMPENSATION RETALIATION CLAIMS:
Workers’ Compensation Retaliation Claims Fla. Stat. §440.205:
– Protects employees from retaliation when they file a valid claim for workers’ compensation benefits
– Does not mean employee even has to be awarded comp benefits to have a valid retaliation claim..
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Topics: ADEA, Age Discrimination, Discrimination, Employee Handbooks, FLSA, Human Resources Professionals, Minimum Wage, Misclassification, Over-Time, Retaliation, Workers' Compensation Defense
Published In: Civil Rights Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Worker’s Compensation Updates
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