The Employment Law Firm of Philadelphia Labor and Employment Blog

Tips For Your Company's Social Media Policy

When it comes to social media, in a lot of ways we’re in uncharted territory. On the one hand, Facebook has 214 million users in America, and Twitter has 67 million American users. This quickly shows us that a massive number of us have some degree… Read More
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Your Rights as a Worker

As Philadelphia’s premier employment and discrimination lawyer, The Employment Law Firm of Pennsylvania is passionate about fighting for the rights of honest, hard workers in the city of Philadelphia and the great state of Pennsylvania. But what,… Read More
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Why Choose The Employment Law Firm of Pennsylvania?

At the Employment Law Firm of Pennsylvania, we understand that your work is more than just a paycheck—it’s how you feed your family, it’s how you spend your precious time, and it’s a huge part of your identity. So when you’re facing a work… Read More
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EEOC Reads Title VII To Include Sexual Orientation Discrimination

Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act does not explicitly ban discrimination against employees based on sexual orientation. However, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has recently filed two cases that take the position that sexua… Read More
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Workers May Prove Overtime Violations by Using Statistical Evidence

On March 22, 2016 the Supreme Court of the United States issued an opinion in Tyson Foods v Bouaphako, clarifying the issue of when a group of employees can successfully sue their employer for non-compliance with overtime provisions of the Fair Labor… Read More
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When trouble in the workplace grows into an employment lawsuit, you need an employment lawyer you can trust to walk you through the process. Founder Howard Trubman has been practicing employment law for over 40 years. He has seen it all and has ridde…

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