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  • Commission Sales Agents – Employee or ContractorNovember 18, 2017

    If you work as a commission sales agents, what happens when your company ends their relationship with you? Do you have any say when they unilaterally change the deal, such as reducing commission rates, shrinking your territory or turning your cherished customers into “house accounts”? Are you entitl … Read more »

  • Insolvency Layoffs, Bankruptcy and Lost Wages.October 31, 2017

    If you work for a company in dire financial straits, then insolvency layoffs are a reality, as is a bankruptcy. You will want to read this article carefully so you understand your rights. The post Insolvency Layoffs, Bankruptcy and Lost Wages. appeared first on Lecker & Associates. … Read more »

  • Job Layoff or Termination? Legally They Are DifferentOctober 20, 2017

    A termination is legally different from a layoff. Yet these terms are often used interchangeably. The legal implications, as well as your entitlements are different depending on the strategy your employer has taken. How do you confirm your layoff is not a sham being used to swindle you out of these … Read more »

  • Willful Misconduct: Fired Without Notice and Severance PaySeptember 30, 2017

    Employers have very little leeway to fire you without adequate compensation. There are many legal instruments that discourage them from doing so for trivial reasons or for false and unproven accusations. Our laws inflict severe penalties on employers who pursue such allegations and then miss the mar … Read more »

  • Unjustly Dismissed? 5 Tips for Selecting an Employment LawyerSeptember 20, 2017

    Unjustly Dismissed? You will likely be under a lot of stress when seeking out legal services. Hiring a lawyer can be both time and cost intensive. Here are 5 tips to assist you in this process. The post Unjustly Dismissed? 5 Tips for Selecting an Employment Lawyer appeared first on Lecker & Associat … Read more »