the good news: According to a recent survey conducted by FileTrek , 79% of Americans
believe that removing confidential files from the office is grounds for
termination. Here's the bad news: 90% think that employees do it anyway. What
is the most popular method of removing information...
According to a recent survey by Intel (h/t: Lifehacker ),
85% of American adults share information about themselves online, while 90%
think others are sharing too much. Maybe the former CFO of Francesca's Holdings
Corp., Gene Morphis, should have heeded the latter and shared less about his
Earlier this month, I took the NLRB to task for its holding in Banner Estrella Medical Center that an employer's request to employees not to discuss a workplace investigation with their coworkers while the investigation was ongoing violated the employees' rights to engage in protected concerted...
A recent decision by the NLRB has many employers (and their lawyers) up in arms. It has left me wondering whether maybe the Board needs a dictionary.
In Banner Health Systems , 358 NLRB 93 (2012), the Board held that an employer's instruction to employees to keep information confidential during...
Paper , the Division of Advice reviewed an employer's confidentiality rule
and found it to be unlawfully overbroad. The rule was overbroad because it did
not provided for confidentiality on a case by case basis consistent
with the Board's ruling in Banner Health System , 358 NLRB...