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    By Kassie McKie Shiffermiller
    After several unnerving trips with his boss, a pilot turns in his resignation. Is he still entitled to unemployment benefits?
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    By Timothy F. Murphy
    Every employment relationship starts with an implicit mutual expectation of trust. The employer trusts that the employee will show up and perform the duties of her job. And the employee trusts that if she shows up and does her job, she'll be compensated as promised and treated fairly. So, very often, when the employment relationship ends, one side or the other feels that trust was lacking.
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    By Alexandra Oxyer
    A court recently granted an employee's request for summary judgment (dismissal in her favor without a trial)—something that rarely happens—on her federal wage and hour claim. It found that the on-call nurse was entitled to overtime pay even though she wasn't always "working" and was able to do personal errands such as grocery shopping, reading, and talking with friends.
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