Former Warden, Assistant Warden Win Verdict, to Be Reinstated A Florida jury tonight ruled in favor of two prison officials who alleged that, after becoming whistleblowers, the Florida Department of Corrections (DOC) retaliated against them by smearing their reputations… Read More ›
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Line Up Your References Before Starting Your Job Search
It’s the time of year again when many employees consider changing jobs. Many hiring officials say your job references – and what they say – are as important as what you say about yourself. Choose references carefully. Once you identify them,… Read More ›
Fired Just Before Vesting In Your Employer’s Retirement Plan?
It is illegal for employers to fire (or lay off) employees just because the employees are about to “vest” – to become legally-entitled to the employer’s retirement benefits. An employee usually “vests” by staying employed for a specific period. Some employers try… Read More ›