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Determining if a communication sent to the employee constitutes a "letter of reasonable assurance of continued employment" within the meaning of Labor Law §590[10] and [11]

Determining if a communication sent to the employee constitutes a "letter of reasonable assurance of continued employment" within the meaning of Labor Law §590[10] and [11]Matter of Enman (New York City Dept. of Educ. — Commissioner of Labor), 2018 NY … Continue reading

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Employee penalized 60-day suspension without pay after striking a patient and failing to report the incident

Employee penalized 60-day suspension without pay after striking a patient and failing to report the incidentOATH Index No. 584/1A New York City Emergency Medical Technician [EMT] twice struck a handcuffed, emotionally disturbed patient after the patient had spat at her. … Continue reading

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Former Fort Lauderdale Employee Accuses Workplace of Discrimination

A Fort Lauderdale employer is being sued over allegations of unpaid overtime wages and retaliation for reporting the unpaid wages as well as discrimination, a hostile work environment and retaliation for complaints about such behavior. The claim alleges that the … Continue reading

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A delay in a disciplinary hearing resulting from an employee’s adjournment request may be properly counted against the employee for purposes of determining his or her entitlement to back pay

A delay in a disciplinary hearing resulting from an employee’s adjournment request may be properly counted against the employee for purposes of determining his or her entitlement to back payOATH Index No. 1355/17A civil engineer failed to report for a … Continue reading

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Federal prison employee settles kickback charges for $50,000

On May 4, the Department of Justice announced that a Bureau of Prisons employee in Texas had agreed to pay $50,000 to settle civil Anti-Kickback Act allegations that he accepted payments from a prison health contractor (who had settled its … Continue reading

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