Employment Law

What Services Am I Legally Permitted To Offer As An Esthetician in Florida?

By Sean Lopez / August 14, 2022

Estheticians in Florida are required to know what services they are legally allowed to offer. Staying compliant with Florida law is important if you want to be allowed to continue to work in the esthetician field. There are updates to the services that are allowed from time to time as well, which is one of…

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What is a Code Compliance Violation in Florida?

By Sean Lopez / July 25, 2022

Florida has some unique laws and regulations that are related to code compliance violations. These laws are put in place to protect the beauty and safety of the neighborhoods that people live in and to maintain property values. Each jurisdiction has its own compliance requirements as well as its own code violation processes that are…

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What to Do if I Received a Code Compliance Violation in Florida

By Sean Lopez / July 20, 2022

Code compliance violations are actually one of the more serious laws in Florida that carry penalties that you will want to avoid. The notice that you have received tells you what you can expect from the violation process and you will need to be sure that you pay attention to which jurisdiction your violation falls…

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A Guide to the Florida EEOC/FCHR Process

By Sean Lopez / July 15, 2022

Discrimination is a very serious problem that can happen when someone’s civil rights have been violated at work. Equal Employment is one of the key rights that everyone should be able to enjoy at work and if your equal rights have been violated, you will need to file a claim with the U.S. Equal Employment…

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How Long Do I Have to File a Florida EEOC Claim?

By Sean Lopez / November 17, 2021

If you have been involved in employment discrimination of any kind, it may be in your best interest to file an EEOC claim and defend your rights.  The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is a federal agency that enforces laws prohibiting employment discrimination against a job applicant or an employee. The EEOC investigates a variety…

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