Somebody recently went through Sony’s hacked e-mails and found some that show Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams were paid less than the male leads in American Hustle.
Category: Wrongful Termination
Is Sales Commission Part of an Employment Agreement? Make it Clear and Put it in Writing. This Goes for Employers and Employees.
A recent case from the Houston Court of Appeals demonstrates how failing to document the exact terms of a sales commission arrangement can result in a
Lunch Invitations Are Not Sexual Harassment – Says the Texas Supreme Court
Last week, the Texas Supreme Court reversed a $1 million award to a former San Antonio Water System (SAWS) employee, who claimed that she was terminated
Religious Discrimination – What Every Business Owner Needs to Know
Under the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, an employer may not discriminate against an employee on the basis of his or
An Employee Claiming Unlawful Discharge Based on Religious Beliefs Must Show That the Management and not Coworkers Knew About Such Beliefs – Explains the Fifth Circuit
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals is notorious for being pro-business and pro-employer, and its last week’s ruling in Nobach v. Woodland Village Nursing Center,
Firing a Mother for Breast Feeding is, Indeed, Sexual Discrimination
Seems like a no-brainer, right? Well, a Texas District Court judge did not think so, so the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals had to step