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Employment discrimination is the practice of disparate treatment, harassment, denial of a reasonable accomodation, or retaliation of a person or group of people because of their membership in a...
What are the reasons for which an employer may let go of an employee? Employment relationships in South Dakota may be terminated at will, which basically means an employer does not need a...
Reemployment Assistance (formerly Unemployment Insurance)
Effective July 1, 2019, South Dakota’s Unemployment Insurance (UI) program will be renamed to Reemployment Assistance (RA) program. This is a result of HB 1035 which passed during the 2019...
Does South Dakota have state overtime laws that are different from federal law? South Dakota state law does not address the issue of overtime pay; for that reason, only federal law applies in...
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