How Workplace Pay Discrimination Occurs Under Job Classification Systems

Employees who work for a company might wear a variety of hats, and the responsibilities they must fulfill can deviate from the job description they were originally hired for. However, job classification is an important concept when combating workplace discrimination. Salary is often attached to particular job classification. Unfortunately, some employers will use how they classify their employees as a way to discriminate. Employers Who Rely on Job Classification The employers who are the most likely to use job classifications are government, education, and non-profit organizations. [Read More]

Tips For Dealing With Pregnancy And Maternity Leave In The Workplace

Becoming pregnant is a major life milestone every time it happens for a woman. You may be thrilled at the good news and excited to share your good fortune with others. While you may have many coworkers who will be supportive of you, some employers may not always be as happy about your pregnancy as you are. Luckily for you though, the law is almost always on your side in cases like this. [Read More]

Why You Should Create A Living Trust

You might have heard about living trusts before but if you do not already have one of your own, you might not be overly familiar with the benefits of having this type of estate planning. To help you see just how important a living trust is, you will want to continue reading. Your Assets Still Benefit You Many people find that they are fearful of a living trust because they are under the impression that their assets will no longer benefit them during their lifetime. [Read More]

Some Probate Issues That Will Require A Lawyer

Dealing with a loved one's estate after they pass away is never an easy thing to do emotionally. If you are lucky, the whole process will be simple, and you can handle it quickly, efficiently, and without any outside help. However, there are times when an experienced probate lawyer will be required if you want everything taken care of quickly and fairly. If you find you have one of the following situations, it would be best to contact an attorney from the get-go to save yourself some unnecessary emotional trauma. [Read More]