The Corporate Review is a newsletter from Corporate Services featuring employment-related news. The current issue is available here.
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| Probably the Craziest Interview We Have Heard About |
Last week, Jose Lopez broke three basic rules of job interviewing: 1) Do not show up drunk, 2) do not. . . more
| Does Paying Employees to Eat Mean You Do Not Have to Pay Them to Change? |
Three workers recently sued their employer to collect overtime pay for the time they spent putting on. . . more
| The Best of the Worst Employee Christmas Gifts 2014 |
As we all know, holiday office parties can go south pretty quickly. And apparently, the gifts exchanged. . . more
| NLRB Passes Union Election Rule to 'Modernize and Streamline' |
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ended last week by passing a new rule, which, in its words,. . . more
| Employers Are the Big Winners in Supreme Court's Latest Ruling |
Employers have just been given a lot more wiggle room when it comes to activities for which they do and. . . more
| Federal Court Permits Discrimination Against Transgender Employee |
Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), employers cannot discriminate because of. . . more
| Doctor Did Not Ask for It, So Is ADA Accommodation Required? |
An employee is clearly disabled but can still perform her work. Still, she requests an accommodation. . . more
| Four Keys to Calculating Full-time Employees Under the Affordable Care Act |
Employers have 11 months to nail down just how many full-time employees they have before the employer. . . more
| Federal Agencies' 2015 To-Do List: Five Things That Will Impact Your Job |
If we had to sum up what federal agencies such as the Department of Labor (DOL) and the Equal Employment. . . more
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