Labor & Employment
Is federal labor law keeping unions and employers from finding neutral ground?
Infosys Corporation's $34 million settlement regarding the company's alleged visa fraud has raised red flags for companies that contract with third-party vendors like Infosys to fill IT needs.
A federal ruling against New York City for not planning adequately to provide for the disabled during Superstorm Sandy has implications for corporate emergency plans.
Employers should assess their hiring policies and practices in light of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's guidance on using criminal history in hiring decisions.
Employees who doze off at their desks may actually be helping the company.
November is National Adoption Month, so this is a good time for employers to think about what they can do to support adoption-friendly policies in the workplace, and what they need to know when an employee decides to adopt a child.
With most British employers on the cusp of employee auto-enrollment in pension plans, it's time to get serious about compliance.
Working at home is more of a mixed bag for employees than you'd think. Should companies nix telecommuting completely, or create better policies to allow it?
Is it the employer's responsibility to teach their younger employees how to survive and thrive in the workplace?
"I don?t like that Facebook post—you're fired." It?s perhaps a sentence employers dream of saying, but don't dare. A recent Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals case could be changing that.
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