Labor and Employment Law

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The teacher who blogged about her "dunderhead" students is back!
Posted on 11 Jun 2012 by Eric Meyer

And she's making news again... It's been nine long months since I blogged about a favorite of The Employer Handbook: Natalie Munroe. You can read about her here , here , here , and here . She is the PA teacher who, on her blog, described... Read More

Court: No First Amendment Right For Teacher to Trash Students Online
Posted on 29 Jul 2014 by Eric Meyer

Welcome to The Employer Handbook. Extending the fifteen minutes of fame of a trash-talking blogger/teacher by a 300 word blog post. Dudes, do you remember Natalie Munroe? She's the teacher who enjoyed a cup of coffee in the spotlight a few... Read More

How Delaware's Password-Privacy Bill Would Impact Teachers
Posted on 26 May 2012 by Margaret (Molly) DiBianca

Delaware's Workplace Privacy Act, H.B. 308 will go to the Delaware House of Representatives one week from today. The Bill, if passed in its current form, would impact all employers, including teachers in the public and private sectors. You can read... Read More

California State Judge: Teacher Employment Statutes Are Unconstitutional
Posted on 10 Jun 2014 by Bajeerah LaCava

LOS ANGELES — (Mealey’s) Five California statutes regarding the employment and retention of teachers that were challenged by California students are all unconstitutional, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge found in a tentative decision... Read More

Students, Teachers, and Social Media
Posted on 2 Oct 2012 by Margaret (Molly) DiBianca

Delaware was the first State to legislate the privacy of students' social-media passwords. California's legislature was the first and, so far, the only State to pass a bill that protects students' and employees' social-networking passwords... Read More