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EEOC Post 3 – Process from the Employer’s Point of View

It Will Happen   If you are a small employer (between 15 and 100 employees) at some point you will have an EEOC charge filed against you. When that happens, what should Read More

Covenant Not to Compete

There have been two written decisions recently dealing with the interpretation and enforcement of non-competition, non-solicitation, and non-inducement clauses in the employment context in North Carolina. This blog post will Read More

McFeeley v. Jackson Street Entertainment

As we mentioned in our previous blog, Department of Labor Investigations are on the rise; specifically, the DOL is looking into the employee/independent contractor classification. Too often, employers are classifying Read More

US DOL Audits on the Rise

US DOL Audits On The Rise   Over the last couple of years, I have seen a dramatic increase in US Department of Labor investigations and audits for smaller and medium size Read More

North Carolina House Bill 2

North Carolina House Bill 2 The North Carolina General Assembly recently held an emergency session which resulted in the passing of House Bill 2, known as the Public Facilities Privacy & Read More

North Carolina House Bill 2

North Carolina House Bill 2 The North Carolina General Assembly recently held an emergency session which resulted in the passing of House Bill 2, known as the Public Facilities Privacy & Read More

Employers Beware…

Employer beware the preliminary employment discussions… Modise v. North Carolina Wesleyan College, Inc. No. 5:15-CV-196-BO   Modise v. North Carolina Wesleyan College, Inc. addresses the issue of whether or not an offer of employment Read More

EEOC Post 2 – Process from the Employee’s Point of View

The EEOC Process – Employee If you have never been involved with the EEOC before, either on the side of the employer or as an employee, the process they use to Read More

EEOC Post 1

As employment attorneys, we frequently get questions on how an employee or an employer should deal with a charge of discrimination. Our advice almost always has something to do with Read More

Social Media Bashing

Social Media Bashing – huh?   Lately I have advised a number of employers regarding the problem of former disgruntled employees posting disparaging comments on social media or review boards.   Usually Read More

Parson’s Presumption

Sometimes in workers compensation cases the extent of the injury or injuries is apparent from the outset but more often than not there are underlying issues or injuries that don’t Read More

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