También puede completar este formulario para comenzar nuestro proceso de admisión por posibles violaciones a las leyes de divulgación salarial. Una vez completado, por favor envíe un correo electrónico con cualquier documento de apoyo a kendra@emeryreddy.com. Los cambios recientes en la Le...
Worker's Rights In Washington State As a Washington employee, you are entitled to worker's rights: several protections and benefits under State and Federal laws. Everyone deserves to be paid fairly, work free of discrimination and harassment, and perform their job in a safe work environment. Unfo...
You can also fill out this form to begin our intake process for potential salary disclosure law violations. Once filled out, please email with any supporting documents to kendra@emeryreddy.com. Recent changes to the Washington Equal Pay and Opportunities Act (EPOA) now require employers with mo...
It should come as no surprise that harassment and discrimination in the workplace are illegal. But reporting the unwanted treatment, let alone hiring a lawyer to fight back, can be emotionally exhausting and puts your career at risk. In the worst-case scenario, a superior who’s harassing or disc...
Most of us know that women are paid less, on average, than their male counterparts for the same work. But one out of five women doesn’t negotiate their salary when they accept a job offer. Failing to negotiate a starting salary when you take that first job after graduation results in an averag...
If you want to remain competitive as the global job market changes under your feet, there are three important things to remember. Much of what you learned in college is of limited use, the majority of future jobs don’t even exist yet, and a large percentage of current jobs remain vacant because th...
Workplace wellness programs that provide tempting incentives to employees who volunteer for optional health screenings, commit to exercise regimens, or improve their cholesterol levels have been contentious for some time now. But starting in January 2019, they may become even more controversial. ...
We often think of the home as a sanctuary from work stress. But as many of us know from lived experience, that isn’t always the case. Even if you manage to leave your work worries at the office, your spouse or partner may not be able to do so—and that stress can sometimes rub off on you. So ...
Seventy may be the new 60, and 80 may be the new 70, but 85 is still fairly old to be in the workforce. But according to U.S. Labor Department data, the era of older workers has arrived. Overall, 255,000 Americans 85 years old or older held jobs in the U.S. economy during the past year. That's 4....
With summer vacation upon us, teachers across America are scrambling to make ends meet. These are no longer the "off" months they were in years past. Now, teachers have to take side jobs to pay the bills. The data on pay rates is quite alarming. Teachers now make 24 percent less than the aver...