Employment law

COVID-19 Fraud – The Coming Surge

March 24, 2020
The outbreak and spread of the COVID-19 virus have already presented and will continue to present enormous challenges to the United States government and to the country as a whole. Both as a public health issue and an economic issue, the situation is nearly unprecedented. The United States has already committed billions to the fight. And in the coming weeks, months, and...

What the Coronavirus Means for My Job

March 20, 2020
There are more than two million Florida workers who are in low-wage service jobs that probably don’t offer paid sick time. And many low-wage employers can’t or won’t pay their workers who are sick because of the coronavirus (COVID-19). But with sick workers being urged to stay home, there looks like there is some help on the way, especially from the federal govern...

Florida Minimum Wage

February 18, 2020
Florida Minimum Wage: 6 Things to Know in 2020 Florida’s minimum wage is on the rise. Below are 6 things to know about minimum wage in Florida so employers and employees alike can prepare for the changes ahead. What is the current minimum wage in Florida? While the federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour, it is higher in the state of Florida. Florida is one of only...

Florida Wrongful Termination

February 11, 2020
Five Examples of Wrongful Termination: Do You Qualify? Were you recently fired? Do you feel that your termination was illegal, but not sure if you qualify for a wrongful termination case? While Florida statutes allow for employers to fire any worker at any time, restrictions exist to protect employees from wrongful termination. Below are five common examples of wrongful t...

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