Have a policy that spells out an employee’s reasonable lack-of-privacy expectations, but have a similar policy statement prohibiting employees from accessing the personal email or other Internet account of others.
Do not make the mistake of including in your agreement a covenant forbidding the employee from filing a discrimination charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or other agency. The EEOC will view such a provision as retaliatory under Title VII.Read More
In a political environment that is broadening the National Labor Relations Board's power, a federal court's recent narrowing of the definition of “supervisor” is a big win for employers.Read More
There might be some science behind how employers are using social media posts to screen applicants and hire employees.Read More