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Due process hearings (North Carolina employee)

If you are an employee of a town, county, community college or other governmental agency, you may be entitled to a due process hearing if fired.  In North Carolina, due process hearings apply in many situations where an employee is being recommended for termination....

Non-Compete

Do you have a problem with a non-compete agreement that you have already signed?  Has your employer or a prospective presented you with a non-compete agreement? Contrary to popular belief non-complete agreements (also referred to as covenants not to compete or...

Federal Employees EEO

I have mentioned this before, but want to emphasize it.  By regulation, EEO claims must be initiated with your agency within 45 days of the last unlawful act. Once the internal EEO processing is complete, you will have the option of electing a Final Agency Decision...
North Carolina Probation Basics

North Carolina Probation Basics

In North Carolina, many criminal sentences involve probation. Whether in the form of a suspended sentence or outright on its own, probation is a common tool used by North Carolina judges. This article will seek to touch, briefly, on the basics of probation and how it...