I've posted before about restaurant
employees' Facebook posts that caused big headaches for their employers .
I've also posted about trouble-causing Facebook posts by a saloon
manager and by a tavern
owner . Well, it seems that the trend...
Discovery of social-media evidence can be a valuable
tool, particularly in employment and personal-injury litigation.
Employers' lawyers should be aware not only of the potentially relevant
evidence in a plaintiff-employee's Facebook account...
Employee resigns. But before her last day of work,
Employee copies thousands of emails and documents from Employer's computer.
Off goes Employee into the sunset.
How often is this scenario? I bet most employers
think this never happens in their...
Is discrimination ever legal? Most definitely. We all
discriminate all day, every day. For example, nearly every morning, I
discriminate against decaf coffee in favor the full-strength brew. The two pods
are similarly situated right there in the rack...
turned 20 last week and there has been a flurry of articles and posts
discussing how the FMLA has changed the workplace, whether it imposes too high
of a burden on employers, and predicting how it will likely continue to evolve.
Sexual harassment, retaliation, and constructive
discharge. The trifecta of employment-discrimination claims. And all three were
the subject of a recent decision from the 3d Circuit. The decision contains
lots of interesting discussion points but I'll...
Just when you think the NLRA has been expanded as far as
it can possibly go, POP!! Along comes a decision yet again
expanding the reach of the NLRA and limiting the ability of employers to manage
their workforces. The latest such expansion comes from...