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The Spiggle Law Firm – Northern Virginia Employment Law

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The Spiggle Law Firm – Northern Virginia Employment Law ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Legal Leverage Do you live outside of Virginia, Maryland,D.C., or New York? Check out our Legal Leverage program! If you live outside the states that our attorneys are licensed to practice in, we have an online course designed to help you assess and evaluate your case before you speak to

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Meet the Team – The Spiggle Law Firm

Posted: (2 days ago) Who We AreMeet the Team The Spiggle Law Firm is one of the largest firms in Virginia devoted exclusively to helping employees win workplace disputes and fight wrongful termination. Maybe management is penalizing you because you are pregnant. Perhaps your supervisor fired you without so much as a g

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Surviving Workplace Investigations – The Spiggle Law Firm

Posted: (2 days ago) Have questions about your potential legal case? Our Legal Leverage program has you covered! In most nonworkplace situations, you know when you might have a criminal law problem. Rob a store or get pulled over while driving drunk, and you know you’ll be in trouble with the law. However, in white-c

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What to Do After You’ve Signed a Performance Improvement ...

Posted: (3 days ago) So you gritted your teeth, forced a smile, and signed a performance improvement plan (PIP). Now what? Unfortunately, the worst is probably yet to come. So brace yourself. A PIP is supposed to give you a fair chance to “improve” your performance. In my experience, that’s rarely the case. This c

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What Rights Do Government Contractors and Employees Have ...

Posted: (4 days ago) If you’re a government contractor or a government employee, you may be wondering whether you are protected against employment discrimination under the same sorts of laws as private employees. In general, the answer is yes! In fact, most government workers enjoy even broader protections than emplo

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Can I Sue My Boss If He Is Bullying Me? – The Spiggle Law Firm

Posted: (2 days ago) A bullying boss can make your life a living hell, where nothing you do is ever good enough. As an employee, your main goal every day is to avoid public tirades and humiliation. Everyone you know is looking for another job. But can you legally hold your bully boss legally responsible for the suffe

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Should I Sign My Performance Improvement Plan? – The ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Have a question about your potential legal case? Our Legal Leverage program has you covered! Are you trying to decide whether you should sign the (bogus) performance improvement plan (PIP) that your boss or human resources just shoved in your face (figuratively)? It’s an important question bec

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Possible FMLA Violation When ... - The Spiggle Law Firm

Posted: (3 days ago) Few of us are fortunate enough to have perfect health. Many of us will suffer from an illness or injury so severe that we are required to take a leave of absence from work. Luckily, the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) provides protected leave to eligible employees who suffer from a quali

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When Can My Employer Ask Me for Medical Information or a ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Have questions about your potential legal case? Our Legal Leverage program has you covered! A smart employer will ask you for medical information or a doctor’s note only when absolutely necessary. It’s not in the employer’s interest to know a lot of medical information about its workers. That kno

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Grandparents’ Rights Under the FMLA – The Spiggle Law Firm

Posted: (2 days ago) If you have grandchildren, you know that there’s never enough time or opportunities to see and spend time with them. A recent Washington Post column, “Grandparenting 101 for Baby Boomers,” makes it clear that today’s new grandparents are prepared to interact with their grandchildren more than previo

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