by Faith Alejandro
Can an employer require its employees to speak only English
in the workplace? Can you deem someone not qualified if he brings a translator
to the interview? These are questions that are increasingly coming up in the
by Annemarie Cleary
Pepsi's $3.13 million
settlement with the EEOC over an overly broad background check policy
should cause all employers who use such checks to re-evaluate their policies.
While background checks can provide invaluable information...
By: Donna Ray Berkelhammer
Could this happen to your Twitter account after you amicably leave your job:
"The costs and resources invested by ON A WING AND A PRAYER PRODUCT
GROUP into growing its followers, fans and general brand awareness...
by Phyllis Katz
In a case decided in late August, Weth v O'Leary , a federal court in Virginia sent a
wake-up call to all public employer supervisors when it held that the Treasurer
of Arlington County could be held personally liable for interfering...
We've been talking the past few posts about boilerplate language in contracts . This
standardized language that falls towards the end of almost all contract
documents might seem to be excessive and pointless, especially when you're
by Karen Elliott
Heading to the office today, I heard a young man behind
me say, "Well, I'd been there six- and-a-half years, so it was time to move on." A few steps later, I heard him add, "Well, it was time for me to get health...
by Phyllis Katz
With over two years of recession, jobs have been closed
for many, particularly new college graduates . Many of these eager graduates
are willing to work for nothing "Just to get the experience." Employers
want to accommodate...