A recent American Medical Association study suggests that it could. Continue reading
Yep, it’s that time of year.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Training Institute is hosting its Examining Conflicts in Employment Laws (EXCEL) Training Conference in Washington, DC. Continue reading
In case you missed it, last Friday I slipped into the vortex to detail the amazing story of the 76ers’ president of basketball operations and general manager, Bryan Colangelo, and five Twitter burner accounts with which he may be associated. Several of these accounts were used to talk smack about 76ers players, other league Executives, leak medical information, and more!
One theory that was gaining traction was that a few of the accounts were possibly linked to Colangelo’s wife!
That’s original. Except, maybe not. Continue reading
Remember that time one of your employees:
- rode her bike,
- passed the President’s motorcade,
- was photographed giving him the middle finger, and
- became a national celebrity/spectacle (depending on your point of view)?
For an employee of a Virginia GOVERNMENT CONTRACTOR (oops!), it resulted in her termination of employment late last year. (More on that here.)
As I say a silent prayer to the blogging gods, read on as I discuss the lawsuit the cyclist just filed against her former employer and offer some practical advice for employers. Continue reading