Many people are uncertain as to whether the FMLA covers mental health conditions in addition to physical illness. The short answer is: yes. FMLA-eligible employees can use protected leave to address serious mental health conditions that require inpatient care or
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A newly filed lawsuit alleges that Amazon discriminated against employees who served in the U.S. armed services or National Guard by assessing them unpaid time off when they took military leave and then firing them when their military leave caused…
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) has again proposed increased injury and illness reporting for employers as well as a change that would make that data public. Business is pushing back against the proposal. OSHA said the changes will…
This case demonstrates how the press often misleads the public about employment law civil rights cases. Here is the headline from the April 15th Lexington Herald Leader:
From reading that headline one easily might think that a jury issued a…
Workplace sexual harassment of employees is an awful and unfortunately commonplace situation that can damage people in many ways. An Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) study found that anywhere from 25-85% of women have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace.…
In this video, Texas employment lawyer Chris McKinney discusses what proof is needed to prove age discrimination against a Texas employee.
In this video, Texas Employment Lawyer Chris McKinney discusses whether younger employees are protected by age discrimination laws.
San Antonio Employment Law Attorney Chris McKinney discusses a common question: Is it illegal for my boss to be a bully?
In this video, Texas employment lawyer Chris McKinney explains what types of employment retaliation are actually illegal.
Texas employment law attorney Chris McKinney discusses employment at will and wrongful termination in today’s video. Today’s video topic is what is employment at will and how will it affect my wrongful termination claim?