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Three Ways Companies Can Improve Their Onboarding Process for Disabled Employees

In the US, 61 million adults are living with a disability, and this number is only expected to grow in conjunction with the aging population. Yet despite a large number of disabled people in the workforce, many employers are unsure of how to accommodate their needs. The process of onboarding disabled employees doesn’t have to […]

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5 Ways to Help You Correct Wrongful Employment Practices

If you have been wrongfully terminated, demoted, or harassed at your job, you may be feeling a range of emotions, from confusion and frustration to anger and betrayal. You may not know where to turn for help or what your legal options are. In this guide, we will outline five ways that can help you […]

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How to Effectively Avoid Employee Lawsuits

Employee lawsuits for unjustified termination, harassment, workplace injury, and other concerns may be time-consuming, expensive, and inconvenient to your organization, as well as having a bad influence on your team’s performance. It would be best if you avoided employee lawsuits at all costs. By taking precautions, implementing standard recruiting and management rules, and properly training […]

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Changes to Texas Labor Law May Shift the Way Businesses Handle Sexual Harassment

Texas workers can more easily sue their managers for sexual harassment in the workplace after amendments to the state’s Labor Code took effect last week. The changes make even the smallest companies subject to sexual harassment suits, and they make managers personally liable for failing to stop sexual harassment after it’s reported. Read Article: Houston […]

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NDAs: An Obsession With Secrets

Before visitors set foot inside many tech company offices, they must sign a (digital) promise not to talk about what they overhear or see there. Nondisclosure agreements like these have become a fixture for many influential people and institutions that want to keep secrets, sometimes for understandable reasons and other times for horrifying ones. NDAs […]

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How to Know if You’ve Been Unlawfully Fired

Few things can take the air out of your sails like being summoned to your boss’s office and told to pack your things and get out. You may have known that your employer was looking to fire you for some time. Or the entire situation may have caught you by surprise. Either way, it is […]

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Planning for a Successful Return to Work

It is an unfortunate fact of life that you don’t always have complete control over the direction of your working life. Disruptions to your ability to go into work every day don’t just have the potential to send your career off course. There is a significant mental and emotional impact to being away from the […]

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What Are Your Options When Your Boss Isn’t Paying You an Honest Wage?

Sometimes, it can be hard to figure out whether you’re being fairly paid. On the one hand, there are situations that you know you deserve more compensation for, like working overtime or taking on roles outside of your official job title. But what if you feel like your job isn’t paying enough despite the fact […]

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Employers Face Influx of Lawsuits by Parents Fired During Pandemic

Employers across the U.S. are facing an influx of lawsuits filed by parents who have been fired during the pandemic. In the last seven months, at least 40 lawsuits have been filed alleging parents have faced discrimination and been denied time off by employers. The majority of the lawsuits have been filed by women, who […]

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EEOC Says Employers May Require Workers to Be Vaccinated

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in guidance issued Wednesday said that requiring a test would not violate the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990. The law bars employers from requiring medical exams such as blood tests that seek information on an employee’s physical or mental condition, but the EEOC said a COVID-19 vaccine […]

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Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

About This Blog

The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent more than 45 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)

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