The recent wave of EEOC litigation also includes claims of age discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, and failure to accommodate employees under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), among others.
If employees sync their mobile devices to a company car’s infotainment systems, they could be unintentionally storing personal data on the car’s system, making it susceptible to hackers.
In anticipation of summer hires, employers may want to familiarize themselves with the federal laws outlining child labor restrictions.
In this issue, we’ll look at some common mistakes that have resulted in otherwise unassailable terminations going south in court, and step-by-step solutions to prevent the worst-case scenario from unfolding.
Numerous individuals who work in retail stores are actually employed by a company other than the retailer itself. You need to understand and educate your supervisors on how to interact with these individuals without creating liability for your business.
Besides being eminently re-watchable, the movie also provides valuable instruction on how to throw a proper office holiday party.
With the deluge of stories about data security, now is an opportune time to review and update employment and independent contractor agreements and policies to protect trade secrets, confidential information, and relationships.
Many employers also believe it’s a good policy to avoid candor when letting an employee go for performance deficiency reasons, opting instead to tell some story about a work slowdown or mysterious economic circumstances.
Every organization that does business with EU customers, regardless of the home base of the organization, and regardless of the size of the organization, must come into compliance or risks significant financial penalties and legal exposure.
If you are one of the many employers who have courtesy and civility rules or trainings, your business may unfortunately be susceptible to scrutiny by the NLRB.