July 26, 2017
It's hot, and that means more dress code violations. Managers should be prepared to have a conversation that does not create risk when trying to enforce the policy. Leslie Zieren explains. Read more...
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether internal whistleblowers are protected from retaliation. Kirstin Heffner examines how the decision may affect employers. Read more...
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. about a wage situation that arose near the 4th of July Read more...
Most managers are aware of their explicit biases, but what about your implicit ones? Leslie Zieren examines. Read more...
Is Employee Burnout Hurting Employee Retention?
A survey shows that 95 percent of employers experience costly employee turnover because of burnout. We examine. Read More
Hackers Can Break Into Office Routers: Is Yours Safe?
Using strong passwords is the best way to keep your internet-enabled devices secure. Learn more about strong passwords. Read More
Update On The Proposed Overtime Regulations Under The New DOL Secretary
In late 2016, a federal court enjoined the DOL's proposed overtime regulations just a few days before the long-anticipated changes were to occur. What is the status now? Read More
Jilted Party Harassment: Liability Issues With Consensual Relationships In Your Workplace
Another scandal hits Fox News, this time involving a soured consensual relationship. Jack McCalmon explains why avoiding "jilted party harassment" is so important. Read More
Can Verbal Sexual Harassment Exist In A Foreign Language? You Make The Call
Can there be a hostile environment if the words spoken by an accused harasser are in another language? You make the call and join the conversation. Read More
Ask Leslie: Do I Need To Pay For My Employee's Smartphone Expenses?
An employer asks if he needs to pay for an employee's smartphone expenses. Leslie Zieren, Esq. weighs in. Read More