As the popularity of e-cigarettes continues to grow, there’s still no definitive ruling on the safety and proper regulation of the tobacco-free alternative. It’s up to employers to fill in the gaps.
The employer must have the ability to remote-wipe an employee's BYOD device to remove its data.Read More
Employers should not automatically rule out telecommuting options as reasonable accommodations under the ADA.Read More
Why was this case important for employers? For the first time, our highest court is recognizing, in great detail, the significant privacy interests we expect in our mobile devices.Read More
While a revised ruling would be consistent with the NLRB’s recent position on workplace communication, it is concerning for employers and bears monitoring.Read More
This decision adds to the confusion that already exists around workplace social media policies. As for me, I see little harm in these types of disclaimers.Read More
While telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation remains the exception, the line that separates exception from rule is shifting as technology makes work-at-home arrangements more feasible.Read More
Leaders often focus on what’s expedient and a lower upfront money and time investment, as opposed to what method will most effectively address challenging learning problems.
The lesson here isn’t so much how social media is impacting EEO laws, but instead how employers are adapting their current policies and training to adapt to these new technologies.Read More
If you are going to permit your employees to use their personal social media accounts for business purposes, get it in writing that you have rights to the accounts.Read More