March 19, 2018
Refusing To Play Spin The Bottle: Harassment or Insubordination? You Make The Call
An employee sues because he was allegedly fired for refusing to play "spin the bottle". Is this insubordination or harassment? You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
Ask Jack: How Do I Address Signs Of Dementia In An Employee?
Jack McCalmon, Esq. answers a question from an employer who thinks an older employee may have dementia. Read more...
Tips For Surviving An Executive Kidnapping
Kidnapping-for-ransom victims generally survive, but one IBM executive suffocated to death, even though her ransom was paid. Learn the tips a government agency gives to anyone kidnapped. Read more...
Would You Pay Your Employees To Stay Healthy? You Make The Call
A UK study finds 33 percent of respondents think their employers should pay them to stay healthy. We want to know what you think. You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
Are Your Employees Starting To Understand Your Cyber Risk?
A new survey shows that employees are becoming more aware of cybersecurity risks. Jack McCalmon examines what that means for employers.read more
The Weinstein Effect Is Increasing Exposure For Board Members
Wynn Resorts Ltd.'s founder, chairman, and chief executive is under increased shareholder scrutiny because of claims of sexual misconduct. Jack McCalmon, Esq. examines the company's crisis.read more
Do You Need Social Cause Programs To Attract Millennials?
A report claims Millennials want employers to be involved with social causes. Jack McCalmon examines the actual motivating factor employers need to consider.read more