Imputed income is the value of a service or benefit that was provided to you by your employer. It is called a fringe benefit, a form of taxable pay that is given […]
Alicia Lillegard has over 20 years of experience in employment law, human resources and insurance, working with with large blue chip companies, startups, and not-for-profit organizations. Ms. Lillegard is currently Managing Director of New England Human Capital, a human resources consultancy which advises small and midsize businesses on Human Resources compliance, including employment procedures, employee relations and employee benefits. She holds degrees from Loyola University Chicago and John Marshall Law School.
I wish this was a simple yes or no answer, but it’s not. The answer really depends on your employer’s policy and the fact that they cannot discriminate. Let me explain. Most […]
If you were fired because your employer knows that you are an alcoholic, but you have never had a drink at work, showed up intoxicated nor let your drinking interfere with a […]
Most people find this question difficult to answer. You don’t want to ask for too much, afraid that the position will be offered to someone with a lower demand. You don’t want […]
The answer to your question depends on whether you were planning on taking the full week off or working on a part-time schedule allowed under FMLA. If you were planning on taking […]
Before you make any purchases, think about your environment. You will want to match the level of formality of your clients or coworkers. You should match your attire to the most formal […]
We are sorry for your loss. Unfortunately, you cannot take time off of work for a death in the family under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). There is no federal […]