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Best Ohio Coronavirus Employment Attorney Answer: Can my boss make me come to work during the COVID-19 pandemic? Can I be fired for speaking out against unsafe working conditions during the Coronavirus epidemic? What does the company I work for have to do if a coworker tests positive for COVID-19? If I was fired today because of the Coronavirus, can I sue for wrongful termination?The Coronavirus pandemic caused millions of Americans to file for unemployment. Employers are cutting wages, furloughing workers, and taking other measures for millions more. Big companies are trying desperately to save money in any way they can, and the American public is paying for it. At this point, per Governor Mike DeWine’s stay at home order, only essential businesses are to continue operating

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Best Ohio Employment Attorney Reply: Can I be forced to come into work for a non-essential business during the Coronavirus outbreak? What businesses are considered essential during the Coronavirus pandemic? Does the company that I work for qualify as an essential business? Does my employer have to abide by the stay-at-home order? Can I be fired for refusing to go to my job if I don’t want to catch the virus?Governor Mike DeWine issued an executive order on March 23, 2020 to compel Ohioans to stay at home unless they are employed or otherwise engaged in an essential work or activity in a hope to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus. This order effectively tells businesses that are deemed non-essential to cease operations and Ohioans should not leave their homes except for a

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Across the Globe, millions are preparing to work from home.Best Ohio Whistleblower Attorney Answer: Is my job “essential” under new Coronavirus laws?  What are my rights during the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic?  Can my employer fire me for complaining about being open when we are supposed to be closed? Is COVID-19/Coronavirus a disability? Can My Boss Make Me Come To Work During Stay At Home Order?This is admittedly a strange employment law blog to write. Just recently, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine ordered all “non-essential” businesses to close and for all citizens to “shelter in place” or stay home. Make no mistake, for the time being, this is now the law in Ohio.Hopefully, all the Coronavirus pandemic issues pass soon, and life goes back to normal.

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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 Discrimination Attorney Answer: What can I do about sexual harassment at work? What are the rights of LGBT at work? How can I stop my boss from bullying me? What are examples of harassment? What is the definition of harassment in the workplace? Will Tomorrow’s Bosses Discriminate?“Do as I say, not as I do.” Most everyone has probably heard this familiar phrase at least once or twice in their life. Instead of practicing what they preach, some adults choose to model negative behavior in front of children. They may think that their bad actions are easily erasable in their children’s minds by repeating over and over again, “Do as I say, not as a I do.” The thing is, children do not always forget so easily. In fact, they may remember those moments for the

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Arbitration is often an alternative to court... but is it better?Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Attorney Answer: Who pays the bill if I have to go to arbitration with my employer? How much will it cost if my employer files for arbitration? Can my employer force me to split the cost of arbitration?Often a potential new client will come through our does saying, “I was fired today because of my…” race/color, religion, gender/sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, or disability. The employee may say “I want to sue for wrongful termination” or that “my boss is sexually harassing me.” Most every employee envisions taking the stand in front of a jury to tell their story and get vindication. Our employment law lawyers spend time with the client gathering all the facts

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