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  • How to Respond to a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP)
    How to Respond to a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP)

    Your boss asks you to come to a meeting, but does not provide an agenda. Strangely, the meeting is scheduled for a conference room instead of the boss’ office. When you arrive, a Human Resources (HR) ...

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  • A Lesson in the Increasingly Popular Restrictive Covenant, the “No Fly Zone”
    A Lesson in the Increasingly Popular Restrictive Covenant, the “No Fly Zone”

    The term “No Fly Zone” is a military term that designates a prohibited airspace. The “No Fly Zone” is a term that is now applied to restricted covenants in employment contracts. It is more restrictive ...

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  • Glass Ceiling Claims – Invisible Barriers to Advancement
    Glass Ceiling Claims – Invisible Barriers to Advancement

    What Is a "Glass Ceiling"? First, it is important to understand the term ‘glass ceiling’. This refers to a company that has a policy or practice to prevent certain employees from climbing the ...

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  • Whistleblower Laws Protect Against Employer Retaliation
    Whistleblower Laws Protect Against Employer Retaliation

    Massachusetts Whistleblower Laws When an employee suspects that their employer is engaged in an illegal act that could negatively impact the health and safety of others, they can report these actions ...

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  • An Unequal Pay Attorney Will Protect Your Rights Against Wage Discrimination
    An Unequal Pay Attorney Will Protect Your Rights Against Wage Discrimination

    Many laws have been put in place to ensure that workers who essentially do the same job will have the right to earn the same pay, regardless of what sex they are. Unfortunately, unequal pay between ...

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  • A Wage Attorney Can Also Protect You Against Wage Retaliation
    A Wage Attorney Can Also Protect You Against Wage Retaliation

    When an employee seeks to have a wage dispute resolved with their employer, they are protected by Massachusetts Wage and Anti-Retaliation Laws . These laws cover incidents where an employee has filed ...

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