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Margaret (Molly) DiBianca
Social Media Round-Up

There have been a number of interesting social-media stories in the news headlines recently. And, although I'd love to devote a post to each of them, my day job makes that ambition a bit unrealistic. But they are worthy of mention, so I'm going...

Donna Ballman
Why Did The Lawyer Put This In My Contract?: The Merger Clause

I negotiate and review a whole lot of contracts. I've been doing it so long that I forget some of this stuff looks like gibberish to normal people. By normal, I mean non-lawyers, of course. I thought I'd pick out some regular legal gobbledy-gook...

John Holmquist
Wellness plans: waiting for the EEOC

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will increase the incentive limit in outcome based wellness programs from 20 to 30 % of employee total health care premiums in 2014. Many employers believe that the road to more and better employee participation...

Abbey Spanier
Paying Tribute to the American Worker

For many, Labor Day represents the beginning of football season or the last long weekend of the summer. However, there's more to Labor Day. It's a celebration of American workers and their contribution to our success as a nation. The first...

Jon Hyman
Are you allowed to use social media at work?

Lifehacker has been running a poll asking this question - are you allowed to use social networks at work? The results so far (from nearly 3,100 votes): 58.63% = Yes 25.8% = No 5.89% = Only at specific times 9.68% = Only on personal devices...

Robin Shea
An employer's nightmare: the anonymous harasser

What should an employer do about "anonymous harassment"? Last Friday, I said I'd devote an entire post to a decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit* that didn't take too kindly to Chrysler Corporation's...