The National Pro Bono Celebration is underway this week. My
colleague from the Arizona Attorney Magazine Editorial Board and Editor of
Arizona Attorney Magazine, Tim Eigo, recently wrote and blogged about the on-going conversation and celebration of...
Jumping back into part three of the trifecta, addressing
the impact of social media on the policies and practices of companies, the NLRB
released a report detailing 14 cases from the past year - many of which I
covered in Employment and the Law . I...
Part two of the trifecta is the Nielsen State of Social Media Report . It focuses on how
powerful social media is on consumer behavior . This report is a little
less law and a little more social media , but I wanted to include
it in this summary because...
There has been so much talk lately about the future of
social networking and the need for a well-drafted social media policy that I
can hardly keep up. Good thing I don't have to. Several reports - from
SHRM, Nielsen, and the NLRB Office of the...
President Obama has sent the American Jobs Act to Congress and it includes some noteworthy provisions that affect employers. In particular, the Act prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of an individual's status as unemployed. This prohibition...
The failure to file a formal EEOC charge of
discrimination addressing specific claims of discrimination can be fatal to
Title VII claims that proceed to court. This lesson was learned in Brown v.
Department of Public Safety, State of Hawaii [ an enhanced...