General Employment Law FAQs
- My background screening was denied. What can I do?
- Do I have to pay unused vacation pay to an employee who quits?
- May I drug test my employees?
- How much time off from work I am entitled to take after having a baby?
Employees are often denied employment because of background checks. Sometimes the denial is proper and other times, it is improper. The first thing an employee should do if this occurs is get the reason for the denial of the background screening in writing. Then contact an employment attorney to evaluate if the law has been violated.
It depends. Depending on the specific facts and circumstances of the employment relationship, an employee that quits maybe entitled to pay for unused vacation days.
There is no Federal or Florida law that prevents drug testing of employees. In fact, there are some Federal laws that require drug testing under certain circumstances. In Florida, if an employer establishes a “drug free workplace” program, it must then follow the rules regulating such programs.
It depends, if an employee qualifies for the Family Medical Leave Act, she will be qualified for twelve workweeks of leave in a 12-month period.
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Do you have a claim against your employer in Orlando, Winter Park, Kissimmee or anywhere in Central Florida? Call our Central Florida employment law attorney at 866-680-4LAW to discuss your case. You may also fill out the online form provided at the top of this page and we will contact you shortly. We respond to after-hours messages promptly. Evening or weekend appointments are available on request. We value your privacy and will keep all your information confidential.