Category: Advice

The Washington Post: When You See Your Married Boss’s Profile on a Dating Site

February 2, 2017 It defies logic that a man with a possibly marriage-ending secret would preemptively attack someone in a position to reveal that secret to his spouse — but logic and lust are rarely bedfellows. Whether he was nudging you out because of your knowledge about his profile, or for reasons unrelated to his …

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Do I have to be a member of a union to be protected under the National Labor Relations Act?

Does the National Labor Relations Act Apply If My Employer Is Not Unionized?

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) covers most employers whose workforce is unionized or whose employees are organizing a union, but it also applies in situations where neither is the case. The NLRA is enforced by the federal National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), which may get involved if employees, formally unionized or not, take part …

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The JD Journal: How to Handle Sexual Harassment at Law Firms

November 23, 2016 What to do if you are being harassed? Tom Spiggle, founder of Spiggle Law Firm, told Forbes that there was a series of actions people can do if they’re being sexually harassed at work. 1. Talk to an experienced sexual harassment lawyer.  Spiggle said that one obstacle women encounter when meeting with Human …

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