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September 2017 Archives

Supreme court ruling changes Florida noncompete law

Home health care agencies in Florida can now receive protection relating to their business interests. A recent decision by the Florida Supreme Court ruled that home health care agencies in Florida can enforce the non-compete agreements they require their marketing representative to sign. In other words, marketing representatives employed by home health care agencies will no longer be able to leave their jobs and bring their books of clients with them.

Is your office a toxic workplace?

A lot of sexual harassment lawsuits focus on toxic workplace culture. That's because Florida workplaces and employers are required to offer their employees a workplace that is free of offensive, sexualized banter and sexual harassment. In some situations, workplace culture serves to promote this bad behavior. Employers have a legal duty to squelch this kind of culture as soon as it rears its ugly head.

The majority of physical therapists get sexually harassed

A survey of approximately 900 physical therapists revealed that 80 percent of them experience on-the-job sexual harassment. According to the study, inappropriate sexual behavior on the part of patients is a common experience for most physical therapists.

Data reveals women's struggles in the tech industries

Discrimination against women in high-tech jobs has been getting more attention lately thanks to media reports that reveal an ingrained culture of bias and harassment. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has compiled data that indicates these stories may be just the tip of the iceberg.

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