An employer settles with an employee, fired for having HIV. What are the risks of HIV and how should employers address them?
Employer is ordered to pay $1.1M in damages and fees on top of $1.4M already paid. We examine the real dollar costs associated with losing a sexual harassment case.
We wanted to know from our readers if anyone at their workplaces uses wearable technology. Read on to learn their answers and if this technology can create a liability risk.
In 2014, malware on mobile devices increased 25 percent. Learn why data thieves are targeting your mobile device.
EEOC and other federal agencies release an employer guide on how to recruit and hire people with disabilities. Read more about the guide and where you can find it.
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May 30, 2015
Whistleblowing Goes High-Tech: How Can Employers Compete?
New software is announced that allows whistleblowers to upload information securely. What strategies can employers implement to address wrongdoing before it goes public? Read more...
Sticks And Stones: Calling An Employee "Bin Laden" Leads To Litigation
Manager calls a subordinate "Bin Laden" and a lawsuit follows. Read more, and comment if name-calling is an issue in your workplace. Read more...
Regulatory Smack Down: How A Fake Cybersecurity Breach Forced An Employer To Close Its Doors
Whistleblowers, a fake breach claim, and charges of extortion lead to a business's end. Jack McCalmon gives tips on protecting your organization from these risks. Read more...