A Negative Job Reference Can Lead to a Claim
Philip B. Phillips
Providing negative job references to prospective
employers about one of your former employees could constitute unlawful
retaliation in violation of the Americans...
Employee Email - When Does an Employee Have a
Right to Object to a Subpoena?
Andrew B. Serwin
One of the more challenging questions regarding email is
when it is appropriate to produce email content to a party in litigation. In
COBRA Subsidies End August 31, 2011 - Should
You Notify Employees?
Connor A. Sabatino
Recovery and Reinvestment Act created a federal subsidy for COBRA premium
payments of eligible individuals who were involuntarily terminated...
Hispanics United of Buffalo -
The NLRB Goes Online!
by John Douglas
A little known feature of the federal law governing labor
relations in the private sector - the National
Labor Relations Act (NLRA) - is the right of even non-unionized employees...
Ways You Can Help Make Your
Training Programs More Legally Effective
Kevin E. Hyde
Just like other initiatives, corporate training programs
have taken their fair share of budget cuts. Josh Bersin details this trend in
the current online edition...
Employers Should Heed FTC's Recent Reminder
by: Yonaton Aronoff
Celebrity Ashton Kutcher recently got into hot water with
the FTC while serving as a guest editor of an online-only version of Details magazine ( http...
Heat Turned Up on Alleged Worker
by: John F. Birmingham, Jr.
The classification of workers as independent contractors
has been a focus of multiple federal and state agencies for at least the past
two years. However...