Month: December 2019

Should you be Paid for “On-Call” Time?

Pay for On Call Time FLSA Ohio Overtime Attorneys

Should I be paid for “On-Call” Time?

Being “on-call” can be annoying and really limit what you are able to do outside of work. So when is your employer required to pay you for time spent on-call?  The answer, as with many wage and hour questions is that it depends on the specific circumstances of your situations. Our overtime attorneys in Columbus, Ohio lay out the factors that are considered in making the determination of whether On-Call time is work time for which you should be paid.

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Morrissey v. Laurel Health Care Company: Sixth Circuit Issues Favorable Opinion on Employee’s ADA Failure to Accommodate Claim

Ohio ADA Lawyers Disability Discrimination

Earlier this month (December 3, 2019), the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a favorable opinion for employee rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In Morrissey v. Laurel Health Care Company, the plaintiff was a licensed practical nurse that was forced to quit her job because her employer would not accommodate her work restrictions, which included a reduced or modified work schedule. The employer had a policy that denied accommodations and work restrictions unless they were due to a work related injury. Our Columbus ADA Disability attorneys provide a full analysis in this article.

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