Employment Law

Hawaii Employers Limited in Requiring Notice Under FMLA

The Hawaii Family Leave Law (“HFLL”) regulations clarify that HFLL incorporates federal definitions as well as interpretation of the leave law in the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) if federal law is more favouring the employee. In general, FMLA is available to private companies that employ 50 or more workers daily with twenty or more …

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Wage Garnishment

Proceeding Against the Debtor’s Incomes – Wage Garnishment A. Impact of a Wage Garnishment B. Purview on Wage Garnishment If the borrower is functioning,. This process is known as wage garnishment, and you can garnish incomes reasonably quickly and also cheaply If: The judgment borrower functions as a worker (not an independent specialist). The judgment …

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How Do Employment Practices Apply to Volunteers?

Many nonprofits rely on volunteers and paid staff members to attain their goals. Few of these organizations fully realize the legal distinctions between these two types of employees. At its core, workers are paid, and volunteers are not, but several factors affect the legal interpretations. Volunteer vs Employee: Who Certifies?The Division of Labor uses variables …

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10 Signs to Detect If Your Employer Is an Abuser Before He Beats You

Misuse is not an old headline in any way amongst overseas Filipino employees. Serious cases of company’s abuse, from the story of Flor Contemplacion to the implemented Jakatia Pawa, to one of the most recent, Joanna Demafelis, the lady kept in a fridge freezer, had noted troubling marks in our background and also which had …

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