Archive for April, 2014

Social media policy drafting has been leaving employment attorneys perplexed lately. Just when we lawyers believed we understood what was now being required by the NLRB and what was still prohibited, a recent decision by an ALJ throws a wrench into the mix and confuses everyone even more than we previously had been. The background […]

Managers need to understand that sexual harassment does not just need to occur between a man and a woman. In fact, managers have often made the mistake of thinking that when one man or woman harasses another individual of the same sex it does not violate the employer’s Sexual Harassment Policy and have therefore ignored […]