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Managing Christmas Sale Logistics: Let Santa Give You A Lesson

Managing Christmas Sale Logistics: Let Santa Give You A Lesson

Logistics Management is that aspect of business that differentiates the great businesses from the also-rans. It involves, transportation, fleet management, storing of finished products, meeting deadlines, ensuring that production meets…

Survey shows most employees hate meetings

Meetings have evolved to be an indispensable activity in today?s business life. Though meetings are here to stay, not everyone likes them. In fact, everybody in the business world hates…

Employees at FedEx Call Center Accuse Their Supervisor of Sexual Harassment

Employees at FedEx Call Center Accuse Their Supervisor of Sexual Harassment

Four women working at a FedEx customer service call center accused their direct supervisor of sexual harassment. They ultimately brought legal action against FedEx. A district court ruled in favor…

Lawsuit Against Former Employers Dismissed Because Plaintiff Was a No-Show in Court

Lawsuit Against Former Employers Dismissed Because Plaintiff Was a No-Show in Court

Court cases can be dismissed for any number of reasons, but one reason that can easily be avoided is not showing up for scheduled court hearings. This was a lesson…

Department of Veterans Affairs Nurse Fired, Lawsuit Alleges Discrimination and Retaliation

Department of Veterans Affairs Nurse Fired, Lawsuit Alleges Discrimination and Retaliation

A registered nurse for the Department of Veterans Affairs was fired for poor performance. She alleged that her termination was due to her disability, her race, her gender and her…

Farm Businesses Face Sexual Harassment Lawsuits Filed by the EEOC

Farm Businesses Face Sexual Harassment Lawsuits Filed by the EEOC

Three businesses will be facing sexual harassment lawsuits from the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission), which filed on behalf of former employees. The alleged acts from bosses range from male-on-male…

Were Disparaging Remarks Made to the Press Protected by the First Amendment?

Were Disparaging Remarks Made to the Press Protected by the First Amendment?

A former employee of the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) initiated legal action, alleging that his firing was in retaliation for exercising his First Amendment rights and rights to due…

Dept of Labor Cites New York Company Safety Fines of Close to $55,000

Dept of Labor Cites New York Company Safety Fines of Close to $55,000

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has fined New York-based DeIorio Foods, Inc., which specializes in bread products, a total of $54,900 for reported violations discovered at one of its…

Midsized Companies and Non-Compliance

Midsized Companies and Non-Compliance

In today’s society, there are a lot of challenges, especially for those who own and operate businesses. It is the midsized companies that seem to have to go the farthest…

Union Presidents Make $500G, While Teachers Face Pay-Cuts, And Lay Offs

Union Presidents Make $500G, While Teachers  Face Pay-Cuts, And Lay Offs

Whilst teachers across the country face uncertain situations, pay cuts, pay freezes and even layoffs, those at the helm of two of the biggest teachers unions saw their pay packets…

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