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Tag Archives: Employment
Chinese Language Skilled Attorneys Needed for 9 Week Long Temporary Project in Gangzhou, China (Expenses Paid) Starting on 8/2/13
Special Counsel, Inc. is trying to identify and hire 20 Chinese Fluent Attorneys to travel abroad to Guangzhou, China for an immediate temporary project. China Project Details: Looking for 20 Chinese Fluent Attorneys with written and oral fluency in Simplified … Continue reading
DE Judge: Deported Immigrant Still Entitled To Workers’ Comp | Delawareonline.com | Sean O’Sullivan | 10/25/12
WILMINGTON— An employee who is injured on the job – even if he or she is living in the country without legal permission and falsified paperwork to gain employment – is entitled to workers’ compensation, according to a first-of-its kind … Continue reading
Q: I was recently fired from my job, and I think the circumstances of my termination are unfair. Can I sue my former employer? Attorney Jesse White states: Your rights after being let go from your job depend on whether … Continue reading
The “box” refers to the box on a job application that candidates must check it if they’ve ever been convicted, or in some cases, arrested for a crime. A year ago, Mayor Michael Nutter signed into law a measure forbidding employers to use the box … Continue reading