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Call Center Representatives Score Big Win

Call Center Representatives Score Big Win

In a case handled by attorneys at the Shavitz Law Group, Call Center Representatives recently won a major victory at the Tenth Circuit Court of …

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Are Nurses Entitled to Overtime?

Over the past several years, particularly during surges in COVID and COVID-related illness and hospitalizations, our nations nurses are working longer hours than ever.  Many …

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Truck Drivers – Are You Being Paid Overtime Wages?

Many companies treat truck drivers and delivery drivers as independent contractors and do not pay them overtime wages. In recent years, courts have held that …

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Employment Discrimination: Not Receiving the Same Earnings or Promotions as Your Co-workers?

Discrimination in the workplace does not always occur in the same way. While discrimination can come in more blatant forms: i.e. an employer chooses a …

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Employers Rethink Mandatory Arbitration

Recently, there has been an important trend in employment law: some employers are no longer requiring there employees to agree to mandatory arbitration. This change …

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Biden Administration Rejects Attempt to Change Independent Contractor Rules and Leaves Economic Realities Test In Place

In its last weeks, the Trump administration adopted regulations which would make it easier for workers to be classified as independent contractors.  Those regulations never …

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Employment Myths: The Contents of Company-Issued Email Accounts are Private

It is common for employees to have company-issued email addresses and computers from their employers — which has especially been the case during the coronavirus …

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More Salaried “Managers” Are Eligible for Overtime

The common misconception that all salaried employees are not eligible for overtime is a hard one to overcome. Two factors determine whether a salaried manager …

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