December 11, 2017
Failure To Train On FLMA Can Lead To Double Damages
When managers do not understand the Family and Medical Leave Act, they can easily say or do things that create risk and doubled damages. Learn how to avoid the pitfalls. Read more...
Should Applicants Have A Duty To Disclose Allegations Of Sexual Harassment? You Make The Call
An employer's applicant vetting process is under review after hiring an applicant accused of sexual harassment during prior employment. You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
Ask Leslie: Will My Employees Think I'm A Grinch If I Don't Have A Holiday Party?
An employer would rather not have a holiday party this year and asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. about any pitfalls to avoid. Read more...
The Different Confidentiality Risks For Managers And Supervisors
An Apple engineer is fired for showing his daughter the new iPhone X. Don't let your employees put your confidential information at risk. Read more...
OSHA Updates Online Form To Help Whistleblowers File Complaints
OSHA's online whistleblower complaint form has been revised. Learn about whistleblower protections against retaliation.read more
How Wrongful Termination Claims Can Trigger Class Action Shareholder Suits
A telecom organization, already embroiled in litigation, now faces a shareholder suit. We examine the importance of addressing whistleblowing quickly and effectively.read more
The Reasonable Person Standard And Hostile Working Environments
A former airport security guard alleges male supervisors watched videos of coworkers engaging in sex. We examine the charge of a hostile work environment.read more