Families worried after being told to leave Knox County motel Families worried after being told to leave Knox County motel By Stephanie Beecken Published: August 26, 2015, 6:17 pm Updated: August 26, 2015, 6:42 pm POWELL (WATE) – Several families are concerned that they may be forced to live on the streets after getting eviction…

Have questions about your rights as an employee and nursing or pumping mother? Click on the to find out your rights – Break Time for Nursing Mothers Employee Rights Card – provided by the United States Department of Labor. Also, here is a link to some FAQs published by the Department of Labor – http://www.dol.gov/whd/nursingmothers/faqBTNM.html

In 1984, Rockwell’s song, “Somebody’s Watching Me” was something of a prophecy. Little did he know the level of watching others that would be reached just 20 years later. These days, cameras are everywhere — in locker rooms, on school buses, in police cars, even affixed to police officers and there’s a platform for all…

This is Photoshop’s version of Lorem Ipsum. Proin gravida nibh vel velit auctor aliquet. A steel buyer employed by Ford Motor Co. suffered from irritable bowel syndrome. Consistent with Ford’s written policy, the employee requested a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act to work from home when she needed, up to four days…

Tennessee Supreme Court Adopts 30 Day Solicitation Ban in Divorce Matters On February 12, 2015, the Tennessee Supreme Court adopted an amendment to the ethics rules that will ban written solicitation of potential divorce clients within 30 days of the filing of a divorce. Rule 8, the amendment to RPC 7.3, is effective May 1….

Bet you didn’t know that even though your workers may not belong to a labor union, the National Labor Relations Act applies to them. The Act took effect in 1935 and exists to encourage collective bargaining and to discourage certain private-sector labor and management practices. Indeed, prior decisions by the Act’s governing body, the National…

Believe it or not, the word “bully” comes from the Middle Dutch word “boele,” meaning “lover.” Its meaning has changed since it first appeared in English in the 1530s. Back then it meant “sweetheart” or “darling”, and was originally used of either sex but later applied to men only. A hundred years later it meant…

Have you ever posted an online review? Consumers can review almost any business or service online, and on most websites you can do it without attaching your name. As a small-business owner, this is sobering since nearly 98 percent of American homes now have access to the Internet. According to a 2013 survey, 85 percent…

For most laws passed by the Tennessee General Assembly, July 1 is a remarkable date — it’s usually when those laws become effective. This July 1 is no different; a sampling of the new laws to take effect then include jailing of pregnant women who use narcotic drugs while pregnant, allowing electrocution of death row…

Twenty states and the District of Columbia have legalized the use of marijuana for medical purposes. Washington and Colorado have also legalized it for recreational use (vending machines dispensing pot have been spotted in Colorado!). Under federal law, the drug remains illegal, but as long as the laws are not in conflict with the enforcement…