Employment Law

Steps to avoiding a hostile work environment (according to federal law)

Equally, many employees feel trapped and have become jaded when all they have seen is that negative workers get all the priase and get away with bad behavior and with violating federal employment law on hostile workplaces. Thus there is an increase in these lawsuits. You need to protect yourself and your business from this as it can be financially devastating. Take a look at what you can do…

‘Help The Court Has Seized My Assets’ – Garnishment In Law And Practice

A court order that seizes assets from the defendant to pay off a debt is known as Garnishment. One form of garnishment is automatic withholding of the debtor’s wages. When a creditor fails to satisfy the debt taken, the court can issue a garnishment against him. When the creditor petitions the court to send a portion of its pay to satisfy the debt then this step is taken.

The garnishment law differs from state to state and varies in details also. Generally, the TVA is req…

IRS Lock-In Letters – What’s An Employer To Do?

Employers often ask employees to designate the amount of tax withholdings for paychecks. Occasionally, employees will fail to withhold a sufficient amount in the eyes of the IRS. The IRS will then send a “lock-in” letter on the amount to be withheld. What’s an employer to do?


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