Virginia Employment Answers

No Guns at Work!

A Virginia employee asks: My employee handbook specifies that I can't have any weapons on company property "while on the clock." I went to my place of work open carrying to help place a food order. I never clocked in and I was there for about 15 or 20 minutes. Four…

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I Quit My Job. Do I still Have a Case?

A Virginia employee writes in to ask: I have been the victim of a hostile work environment, sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation for about the last two months. My supervisor is the one who is harassing and discriminating against me. I couldn't take any more humiliation in front of my…

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What is Employment Discrimination?

When I speak to potential clients, perhaps no term is thrown around more often then "discrimination." Sometimes, a potential client uses it correctly. More often, however, I find that people who come to me don't have a good understanding of what the law regards as discrimination. That is, many people…

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Welcome to Virginia Employment Law Answers

Greetings, friends and potential clients. Welcome to the inaugural post of J. Madison PLC's Virginia Employment Law Answers. Here's what I hope to accomplish here. Lots of attorneys have blogs. If you read any attorney marketing material, it's pretty much a prerequisite. Attorneys post blog posts so that they can…

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