FAQ: Facts for Workers’ Legal Rights
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Iowa’s statutes establishing liability of employers for injuries to workers while on the job or an illness due to employment as it relates to professional employees.
Iowa’s laws governing contracts between an employer and employees. Labor unions and collective bargaining allows for negotiations to reach agreements regulating working conditions.
Rights of Iowa’s firefighters, police officers and other public safety workers in preparation for, during, and following an administrative investigation complaint interview.
Eligibility and rules under Iowa’s Family and Medical Leave Act, a federal regulation providing employees up to 12 work weeks of job-protected leave for qualified family and medical reasons.
Laws governing wills, or written statements specifying the transfer of property after an individual’s death. Power of attorney grants the authority to another to act on one’s behalf regarding legal and business matters.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protect persons with qualifying disability from discrimination by current employers or prospective employers due to their disabilities.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) affects most private and public employment. The FLSA requires employers to pay covered non-exempt employees at least the federal minimum wage and overtime pay for all hours worked over 40 in a work week.
Personal injury cases include automobile collisions, slip and fall cases, intentional injury cases, injuries from defective products and equipment, and other forms of injuries resulting from the negligence of others.