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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Attorney Answer: Can my employer lay me off because of the Coronavirus? Is my employer allowed to lay off older employees because of Covid-19? Are there steps my employer must take to lay off employees? Can my boss lay off Black or women employees first? Laid Off Because Of Coronavirus?Unfortunately, our employment attorneys are once again coming to you, our loyal readers, to discuss a less than happy topic. There is no doubt about it. The Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has had an incredible impact on our daily lives. In fact, as our lawyers are writing this blog, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has issued a shelter in place order or stay at home order. Our regular readers know that The Spitz Law Firm has been tracking the impact of Covid-19, and

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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Attorney Answers: How long will my employment discrimination case last? How long does it take to sue my employer for wrongful termination? How long will my case be in court? How Long Will My Employment Claim Take?It seems like every time I meet with a potential new client there are few common questions about their employment claim. Most of these questions cover the basics, do I have a case? What are the next steps in my employment claim? Can I sue my boss personally for discrimination? Hint, for the answers to all these questions and more call the right attorney! However, hands down the most popular question our lawyers get is how long will my employment discrimination case take?Of course, it is only natural for a recently

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Best Employment Attorney Answer: What Should I do if I’ve been around someone with Coronavirus? Is my workplace required to have a COVID-19 policy? Can I report a co-worker showing symptoms or signs of COVID-19? Do I have to go to work if I suspect that a co-worker or co-workers have coronavirus? Can I be fired for taking time off for coronavirus? Will FMLA cover an absence for myself or family members? Does my work have to report if another employee has Coronavirus? Can my job make a joke about having Coronavirus?The Coronavirus outbreak, or COVID-19 has created global chaos and confusion. Little is known about the virus itself and many businesses are panicking and having trouble developing sensible workplace policies. With so many questions surrounding what employers can and

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Best Ohio Race Discrimination Lawyer Reply: What are some examples of discrimination? How do I report racial discrimination? Can I be fired for reporting racial discrimination to HR? What can I do if my general manager keeps using racial slurs at work? Employment Law: What Is Race Discrimination?As an employment discrimination lawyer, I’m often asked about my job and the cases that we handle – at parties, school events for my kids and even while standing in line at Target. Amazingly, most people still don’t understand the basics about what race discrimination is. Many people often ask, “what is race discrimination at work – like when you are wrongly fired for being black?” Well, yes, race discrimination can involve wrongful termination, but it includes much more than

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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Attorney Answer: What happens if you don't sign a severance agreement? Can you refuse a severance package? Can I still sue after signing a severance agreement? Should I have a lawyer look over my severance agreement before I sign it? Why should I have an attorney review my severance package? Can I Be Forced To Sign A Severance Agreement?You are sitting in your office and somebody pops their head into to say that the boss wants to see you. That’s never a good feeling. It only gets worse when the boss tells you that the company is firing you, letting you go, going in another direction or some other euphemism for “get the hell out of here, you don’t work here anymore.” You think to yourself, “I’ve was fired today! What am I going to

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You are sitting in your office and somebody pops their head into to say that the boss wants to see you. That’s never a good feeling. It only gets worse when the boss tells you that the company is firing you, letting you go, going in another direction or some other euphemism for “get the hell out of here, you don’t work here anymore.” You think to yourself, “I’ve was fired today! What am I going to do?” As your head is spinning, the boss or manager offers you an out – here’s a severance agreement that will give you some money until you find a new job and we can agree that you resigned so it will not look like you were fired.Mostly importantly, remember that a severance agreement is a contract. Contracts are binding. Once it is signed both parties are contractually

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