September 19, 2017
Non-Compete Agreements: Would A LinkedIn Connection Be A Violation?
An ex-employee asked three of his former employer's employees to connect with him on LinkedIn. The employer sued him for violation of a non-compete agreement. Leslie Zieren discusses the outcome. Read more...
Should Employers Put Stock In Anonymous Emails? You Make The Call
What would you do if your organization received an anonymous email containing sexual harassment allegations? You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
Ask Leslie: Do I Have To Pay My Employees When We Are Closed Because Of Disasters Or Bad Weather?
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. if employees are due wages when the workplace has to be closed because of natural disasters or bad weather. Read more...
Retaliation Risk: After The Whistle Is Blown, Managers Should Take Care When Imposing Discipline
Sometimes, even appropriate discipline can lead to liability when it involves a whistleblower. Leslie Zieren explains. Read more...
The Risks Of Relocation Benefits: What Employers Should Consider
A new survey shows employers are considering more flexible relocation programs as a way to recruit the best talent. We examine further.read more
EEO-1 Form Requirements Change Again, But Laws Requiring Equal Pay Remain
The OMB has stayed EEO-1 form requirements that employers report wage and hour information by race, ethnicity, and sex. We examine.read more
An Arbitration Agreement: Not A "Get Out Of Litigation Free" Card
A court recently determined an employee could file a misclassification lawsuit against her employer, even though she signed an arbitration agreement. We examine.read more