Are you curious how companies are using social media to screen and hire employees? Mindflash shares the latest data (via Eve Tahmincioglu on Google+ ).
45% of employers use social sites to vet potential hires:
29% use Facebook
26% use LinkedIn...
Any decision issued by the Supreme Court in an employment case is newsworthy. Thus, even though Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church & School v. EEOC [pdf] concerns the viability and applicability of the narrow ministerial exception under Title...
Earlier this week, the EEOC published Veterans and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): A
Guide for Employers . In this guide, the EEOC asks the following
May a private employer give preference in hiring to a
veteran with a disability...
On Monday, I reported that a South Carolina federal court had
invalidated the NLRB's attempt to force employers to post a statement of
employees' rights under the National Labor Relations Act. I cautioned that
until you heard otherwise, employers...
The EEOC has published its draft strategic plan for fiscal years 2012 - 2016 . A quick
Ctrl-F for the word "systemic" reveals 16 different hits in this relatively
"Systemic" cases, according to the EEOC, are those...
One of the key analyses in any discrimination lawsuit is
whether the plaintiff is "similarly situated" to those whom he or she claims
the employer treated more favorably. If the plaintiff can establish disparate
treatment of those "similarly...
Anytime any piece of the NLRB takes action with regard to
an employer's social media policy, it's newsworthy (even if you're getting
tired of reading about it). Such is the case with G4S Secure
Solutions (USA) Inc. (3/29/12) [pdf] , decided...