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Bookstore: Social Media and Technology in Employment

Social Media and Technology in Employment

Social Media and Technology in Employment As our society becomes more and more interconnected via the internet, it is only natural for employers to take a close interest in the online activities of their employees,...

Bookstore: Employment Law A to Z in IL: Restrictive Covenants & Trade Secrets

Employment Law A to Z in IL: Restrictive Covenants & Trade Secrets

Employment Law A to Z in IL: Restrictive Covenants & Trade Secrets The best way for an employer to protect its confidential information and customer relationships is a well-drafted contract in which the employee agrees...

Bookstore: Federal and State Overview of EEO Laws: Title VIII, ADA and FMLA

Federal and State Overview of EEO Laws: Title VIII, ADA and FMLA

Federal and State Overview of EEO Laws: Title VIII, ADA and FMLA Federal and state laws make it illegal for employers to discriminate against employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, religion, sex,...

Bookstore: Worker's Compensation - Legislative and Case Law Update

Worker's Compensation - Legislative and Case Law Update

Worker's Compensation - Legislative and Case Law Update A number of workers’ compensation bills have been introduced including legislation that, if enacted, would alter termination of medical benefits during...

Bookstore: Overlap of Workers' Compensation and the WVHRA, ADAAA and FMLA

Overlap of Workers' Compensation and the WVHRA, ADAAA and FMLA

Overlap of Workers' Compensation and the WVHRA, ADAAA and FMLA The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) and the West Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act (“WVWCA”)...

Bookstore: Overview of Workplace Investigations and the Law

Overview of Workplace Investigations and the Law

Overview of Workplace Investigations and the Law In cases where a supervisor has engaged in unlawful harassment, an employer can escape liability if no tangible employment action (e.

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