A report claims Millennials want employers to be involved with social causes. Jack McCalmon examines the actual motivating factor employers need to consider.
Jack McCalmon, Esq. examines how sexual harassment charges in 2012 and in 2017 differ and how this affects employer defenses today.
Cybercriminals created a fake, SSL-enabled website to trick users into downloading a "security patch" that actually contained malware. Learn how to spot a phishing site.
Jack McCalmon, Esq. examines recent reports of employers planning to give a portion of their recent tax windfalls to employees. Are there risks?
Cybersecurity experts predict hackers will use more hivenets that can think for themselves. Learn more about this next-gen, smarter malware, and how to protect yourself.
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February 23, 2018
Should Employers Allow Support Hamsters In The Workplace? You Make The Call
A college student flushed her hamster so she could board a plane. She threatens to sue. How should employers address support hamsters? You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
Ask Leslie: Shall I Immediately Fire An Employee Accused Of Sexual Harassment?
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. if she should fire an employee accused by a coworker of sexual harassment. Learn why the answer is "Not yet, but maybe later." Read more...
When Employees Access Customer Sensitive Data: Steps Employers Can Take
Lyft employees allegedly accessed the organization's customer database for personal purposes. Learn how to keep customer personal data safe from unscrupulous employees. Read more...