Employment Law FAQs

Periodically, the Alabama Retail Association, in partnership with Lehr Middlebrooks Vreeland & Thompson, P.C., produces a video segment, answering a frequently asked question regarding Alabama employment law.

What is required of an Alabama employer when an employee is summoned for jury duty?


Answer is provided by Whitney R. Brown, Esq.
If you would prefer to read her answer to the FAQ, click here to view the text.

What three laws impact employers during the pregnancy of an employee?


Answer is provided by Whitney R. Brown, Esq.
If you would prefer to read her answer to the FAQ, click here to view the text.

What is an employer required to provide after the pregnancy of an employee?

Answer is provided by Whitney R. Brown, Esq.
If you would prefer to read her answer to the FAQ, click here to view the text.

What behavior constitutes bullying or harassment in the workplace?

Answer is provided by Richard I. Lehr, Esq.
If you would prefer to read his answer to the FAQ, click here to view the text.

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ABOUT LEHR MIDDLEBROOKS VREELAND & THOMPSON:  This Alabama-based firm represents employers, only, throughout Alabama and the United States. Its staff includes Lyndel Erwin, former district director of the U.S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division; John Hall, former area director of Occupational Safety and Health Administration; and Jerry Rose, former regional attorney for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Alabama and Mississippi.