An employee must show that unpaid leave caused him or her physical, emotional, or economic harm via some documentation and not just conclusory statements in order to establish a “materially adverse action” by the employer.
It is no secret that many Texas businesses employ Spanish-speaking employees. It is also no secret that many businesses in Texas require their employees to
In the past two weeks, both the United States Supreme Court and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals have rendered decisions that will add roadblocks
In the last couple of years, many employers have been adding Social Media policies to their Employee Manuals, often prohibiting employees from discussing all company
Last week, the Fifth Court of Appeals of Texas in U.S. Risk Insurance Group, Inc. et al. v. Woods reminded us again that a non-competition agreement must be reasonable and
Vance v. Ball State University (7th Cir. 2011) – Who is a “Supervisor” under Title VII? The U.S. Supreme Court will resolve a split between federal appellate