The Dugan Schlozman Blog
What Are Non-Compete Agreements In The Workplace?
Posted on September 14, 2023Has your new boss asked you to sign a non-compete agreement before you start a new job? Or has your employer tried to prevent you from taking a new job by citing non-compete agreements? Here is what you need to know. What Are Non-Compete Agreements? Also known as covenants not to compete or restrictive covenants, […]Read More
5 Things to Know About Ageism In Kansas
Posted on September 6, 2023As people get older, the risk for ageism increases in the workspace. Men and women are able to work longer than they used to, which means there are many over the age of fifty that are still valuable members of the workforce. What is ageism and are there employment laws in Kansas to protect those […]Read More
When Am I Owed Overtime Payment?
Posted on June 5, 2023In Kansas, overtime payment laws are regulated by both state and federal statutes. Many businesses may struggle with understanding when certain Kansas state laws overrule federal wage laws. That struggle can make it difficult for employees to understand when they are entitled to overtime or not. Wage Laws In Kansas Overtime is based on many […]Read More
5 Crucial Things to Know About Sexual Harassment
Posted on May 9, 2023Sexual harassment in the workplace is illegal, and the law clearly states that all employees have the right to a discrimination-free workplace. This means you do not have to be the target of sexual jokes, unwanted advances, obscene remarks, and crude comments – and if you have been experiencing these issues, you may have a […]Read More
Everyone Wins When Minimum Wage is Increased
Posted on September 29, 2015Everyone Wins When Minimum Wage is IncreasedThe City of Kansas City, like many other cities, is joining the movement to increase the Federal minimum wage from $7.25/hour to $15.00/hour. All across the country, including Kansas City, low wage workers are walking off the job to demand more hourly wages. The campaign has been successful—big companies […]Read More