November 21, 2017
Jack McCalmon, Esq. provides his opinion on employee engagement and if it is worth trying to engage every employee or is there a better option for employers? Read more...
Working remotely definitely has its perks, but is isolation part of the downside? You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. about pre-employment testing. Learn about the risks. Read more...
Harassment must be addressed swiftly and seriously to keep employers and managers out of future trouble. Leslie Zieren explains why downplaying harassment is a mistake. Read more...
Is Your Wi-Fi On Krack? The Malware That Threatens Every Network, Encrypted Or Not
For the first time since the invention of Wi-Fi encryption protocols, hackers can intercept data sent over encrypted Wi-Fi networks. Learn about risk. Read More
Government-Looking Phishing Scams: What To Look For?
Emails that appeared to come from the SEC did not and contained malware. What do you need to know about cybercrime risk? 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
A California Law Update For Employers: Have You Checked Out Your State's New Laws?
State legislatures amend or create new laws every year, so employers must stay current. Here is an example of just one state's new laws that affect employers. Read More
When Does Sexual Harassment Become Sexual Battery?
A new employee is suing after a supervisor touched her inappropriately. Kirstin Heffner explains why the supervisor is at risk for civil as well as criminal charges. Read More
Are Your Employees Bored? You Make The Call
One study shows rampant boredom at work. Are you bored at work and are you thinking of leaving because of it? You make the call and join the conversation. Read More