June 2012 Archives

Ann Curry is an example of legal issues involved in a demotion

Houston viewers of NBC's "Today" saw Ann Curry's tearful last segment on the morning infotainment show yesterday. Various news media reports suggest that she was demoted from the show at Matt Lauer's request. Curry took over as Lauer's co-anchor about one year ago, and in recent months ABC's "Good Morning America" surpassed "Today" in the ratings for the first time in 16 years.

Texas health organization will pay for overtime violations

Although Texas does not have state laws governing overtime pay, many workers in the Houston area may not be aware that they do still have rights to overtime pay under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. Under this law, all non-exempt employees must be paid a minimum of one and one-half times their base wage for all hours worked in excess of 40 in a work week.

Dallas company sued for disability discrimination

Under federal law, employers are forbidden from discriminating against disabled employees or job applicants. The Americans with Disabilities Act also requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to make it so a person with a disability can successfully perform the job duties.

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