Year: 2020

Retaliation by Amazon cited in wrongful termination lawsuit

Most people in Arizona might assume that wrongful termination lawsuits arise from employees claiming an unwarranted dismissal despite having completed their job functions. Yet one common factor that many may not appreciate enough is the potential for employer retaliation. Employees should feel confident in bringing up issues they see in their employer’s operations without the…

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Lawsuit filed over cardiologist’s dismissal

When people hear about wrongful termination lawsuits, it may be easy for them to automatically side with the proverbial “little guy,” the employee fighting against the perceived corporate machine. Yet an important point to remember in such cases us that there are always two sides to every story (and both need consideration before passing judgment)….

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Employment laws and companies with federal contracts

The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has requirements to help ensure contractors do not discriminate against their employees. A company contracted by the federal government and found practicing discrimination may face penalties. It may also result in the loss of future federal government contract opportunities.  As reported by KJZZ 91.5, an employment discrimination violation…

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