It’s always fun to watch a room full of non-employment lawyers’ mouths gape when I start talking about the NLRB.
Your employees present the greatest risk to the security of your company’s network and data.
Nowadays, I am much more surprised when video does not exist than when it does.
The law is playing catch-up with the breakneck speed at which social media has evolved and pervaded our lives.
I would be surprised if this effort stops even one act of workplace discrimination.
If you haven’t reviewed your handbook in a year or more, this case serves as a good reminder that our labor and employment laws operate in constant flux.
The ACA makes it pretty damn hard to move high-cost employees off of your health insurance to combat out-of-control (and still rising) insurance costs.
These lawsuits are consistent with the EEOC’s internal position, which dates back at least to 2012.
While I am not a fan of government mandates, we are woefully behind the rest of the world on paid time off for employees.
Aggregated across all employees, CBS News estimates employers would need to pay an additional $5 billion to cover this added work day.