decision, employees in supervisory roles were granted new rights under Title VII. Until now these employees could be subjected to otherwise illegal retaliation for opposing an employer's illegal employment practices. However, the new decision empowers them to help their fellow employees rather than being forced to take the "company line."
Around the country victims of workplace bullying are having their voices heard not just by friends and family, but by state lawmakers. As of today, 29 states have introduced some version of the Healthy Workplace Bill, designed to eliminate this toxic behavior. While North Carolina has yet to get on the bandwagon to support employee rights, with neighboring states considering or having adopted related measures, it may only be a matter of time. Still, existing laws can protect you from harassment and discrimination.
Have you ever felt that you had to choose between your job and an important school function for your child? Assert your right to parental leave! North Carolina law mandates your employer give you at least four (4) hours of leave to be involved at your child's school or attend a school function. Punishing you for doing so could even support claims for retaliation or wrongful termination and you could be entitled at minimum to reinstatement and lost wages or benefits.
Having a gun in your face and being told to take all of the money out of the cash register is probably not an enjoyable experience. A Popeyes' manager recently experienced this very thing, as an Armed Robbery occurred at her store and she was forced to give every penny out of the cash register to a masked man with a gun. This would be a traumatic experience if this was where the story ended, but sadly, the owner gave her the choice of paying the money back or losing her job. She didn't have the money so she lost her job. This is where our Greensboro Employment Lawyers come into play, and would fight for her rights. If someone you know is in need of a Federal Criminal Lawyer in the Middle District or has been charged with Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon, contact our Greensboro Criminal Lawyers today.