Employment Agreements Webinar on December 19

Employment Agreements Webinar on December 19

Employment Agreements Webinar on December 19 Firm Partner Edward L. Perkins, along with Michael Siddons, will present a “Drafting & Understanding Employment Agreements” Webinar on Tuesday December 19, 2017. This program is available for CPE credit in states under NASBA jurisdiction and also CLE in various states, including Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, Texas, and New…

Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses Overtime and Wage Laws

Media Employment Attorney Discusses Overtime and Wage Laws

Media Employment Attorney Discusses Overtime and Wage Laws  As an experienced Media Employment Attorney I am regularly asked about overtime and wage laws.  As an employer you should be concerned with whether or not you’re required to pay your employees overtime or even minimum wage. Not all employees are eligible for overtime, nor are they…

Sick Leave

Sick Leave: What Employers Need to Know

Sick Leave: What Employers Need to Know Pennsylvania state law does not require employers to provide employees with sick leave benefits, either paid or unpaid. If an employer chooses to provide sick leave benefits, it must comply with the terms of its established policy or employment contract. An employer should regularly review its policies published…

Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses Reasonable Accommodation Under the Americans with Disabilities Act

Media Employment Attorney Discusses Reasonable Accommodation Under the Americans with Disabilities Act

Media Employment Attorney Discusses Reasonable Accommodation Under the Americans with Disabilities Act  As an experienced Media Employment Attorney, I get questions all the time from clients about the Americans with Disabilities Act and reasonable accommodation for it. A lot of employers hear the term reasonable accommodation in the context of employees or applicants with a…

Delaware County Employment Lawyer Discusses the Next Step After Receiving a Complaint from EEOC

Media Employment Lawyer Discusses the Next Step After Receiving a Complaint from EEOC

Media Employment Lawyer Discusses the Next Step After Receiving a Complaint from EEOC  As a experienced Media Employment Lawyer, clients come to me all the time with questions about what to do if you receive an EEOC compliant. If you receive in the mail a complaint from the Equal Opportunity Commission, which is the federal…

Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses State & Federal Anti-Discrimination Laws

Media Employment Attorney Discusses State and Federal Anti-Discrimination Laws

Media Employment Attorney Discusses State & Federal Anti-Discrimination Laws As an experienced Media Employment Attorney I am often asked about state and federal anti-discrimination laws.  A common concern with employers is whether or not they are subject to state or federal anti-discrimination laws. The answer to that question depends largely on how many employees you…

Delaware County Employment Lawyer Discusses Injured Employee’s Requesting to Work from Home

Media Employment Lawyer Discusses Injured Employee’s Requesting to Work from Home

Media Employment Lawyer Discusses Injured Employee’s Requesting to Work from Home  As an experienced Media Employment Attorney I am often asked by employers if they have to let an injured employee work from home if they ask. If you have an employee who suffers an injury and requires surgery that prevents him or her from driving…

Delaware County Employment Attorney Discusses If Overtime is Required by Law

Media Employment Attorney Answers “Is Overtime Required by Law?”

Media Employment Attorney Answers “Is Overtime Required by Law?”  As an experienced Media Employment Attorney I am often asked if overtime is required by law.  Overtime is required at least under federal law by the FLSA and it’s required for certain enumerated employees, but it’s easier to determine who isn’t eligible for overtime because there…