According to a
recent survey , there are 324.3M mobile devices in the United States. Let
that number sink in. It equates to 1.025 mobile devices per American. And,
according to another recent survey , 46% of all American those mobile
devices are smartphones...
One report suggests that as many as 91% of employers use
social networking sites to screen potential employees, with as many as 69% of
employers rejecting a candidate because of information discovered on a social
site. I've written before about...
I've now had a few days to digest the NLRB's latest foray into regulating social media in the
workplace . I can sum up the NLRB's report in three words: What a mess.
In a mere 35 pages, the NLRB appears to have ripped the
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...
Two of the most popular post on this blog relate to how
employers calculate their employees' "annual" FMLA leave allotment:
Determining the "12-month period" for FMLA leave
Calculating the rolling 12-month FMLA leave...
For the unfamiliar, the McDonnell Douglas test is
an evidentiary framework used in discrimination cases, which lack direct
evidence of discrimination, to determine whether an employee's claim should
survive summary judgment and proceed to trial...
EEOC v. Management Hospitality of Racine, Inc. (7th Cir.
1/9/12) [ an enhanced version of this opinion is available to lexis.com subscribers ]
concerns some of the worst allegations of sexual harassment you will encounter,
especially when you consider...