Labor and Employment Law

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Employment Law Triple Play: Islam and "the Look," Loose Tweets, Gaga
Posted on 13 Sep 2013 by Robin Shea

It has been a busy week. Muslim headscarves, tech exec's tweets get him fired, and Lady Gaga is going to trial! Abercrombie gets fitched, and HR doesn't always get it right. I have previously reported on the litigation against Abercrombie &... Read More

Must You Pay Employees Who “Volunteer” to Use Social Media For the Company?
Posted on 1 Sep 2015 by Eric Meyer

Work-related blogging is compensable time. Yesterday, I read the District of Hawaii opinion in Tagupa v. VIPdesk, Inc. . Tagupa worked for VIPdesk, a national concierge network, as part of its remote concierge team [subscribers can access an enhanced... Read More