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Federal and Ohio Laws for Tipped Employees

Employers such as restaurants, bars, strip clubs, and those who employ delivery drivers, among others, tend to pay employees at a rate that is less than the full minimum minimum wage. The difference is made up by customers who pay tips. This is called a “tip credit.” However, in order for an employer to enjoy […]

LGBTQ Employment Rights and the Ohio Fairness Act

June is Pride Month, a time when the LGBTQ community comes together to celebrate their strength in spite of the decades of hardship and discrimination they have faced for just being themselves and loving the people they love, from the Stonewall riots to the AIDS crisis. Sadly, LGBTQ discrimination is still an issue even in […]

How to Prove Retaliation

What is retaliation? Retaliation occurs when an employer takes an adverse action against you because you participated in protected activity. In order to assert your rights, you need to protect them. The purpose of this blog is to generally explain what can constitute unlawful retaliation, how to prove that you have been retaliated against, and […]

Your Paid Leave Rights During the COVID-19 Pandemic

It’s been a little over a year since the initial confirmation of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. Since that time, millions of workers have been impacted. Regardless of where you stand in the midst of the pandemic, it is possible that your rights as an employee have been violated. If that is the […]

April 12, 2021

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