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Employee Handbooks: Everything You Need to Know to Keep You Out of Trouble In today's complex and legal world, a well-drafted employee handbook is an organization's first line of defense for promoting organizational...
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,...
Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment in the workplace happens …….. and businesses of virtually every size need to know how to spot it, respond to it, and correct it.
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,...
Workplace Investigations in Louisiana: When is an Investigation Necessary? Many state and federal laws in the area of employee relations effectively require employers to undertake investigations in order to meet their...
Interplay of LGBT and Religious Rights in the Workplace The growing trend towards acceptance of same-sex marriage in the United States continues its dramatic acceleration.
Workplace Investigations in Louisiana: Legal Issues Associated With Workplace Investigations It is imperative that companies maintain a clear, formal reporting mechanism for workplace complaints.
The Hiring Process Federal law prohibits an employer from making intentional hiring decisions based upon an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability.
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...
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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