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Quitting a job might disqualify you from unemployment benefits

One of the common questions that people have when they quit a job or are fired is whether they will qualify for unemployment compensation. The answer to that question isn't always easy because of Florida laws governing reemployment assistance.

What actions are forbidden for employers in the hiring process?

Workplace discrimination is a very serious issue in the United States. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has rules set forth to help ensure that workplaces remain free of discrimination. What some people might not realize is that these rules cover a variety of situations from advertising job openings up to situations that may arise in the workplace.

Retaliatory actions against whistleblowers are illegal

Seeing an employer bypassing safety guidelines or doing something illegal is troubling to many employees. In some cases, those employees might be wondering if they should speak up or just keep quiet. Some employees might wonder if they are going to get into trouble if they speak up. We want employees to know that they have special protections if they speak up against an employer who is doing something illegal.

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