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Is Flipping Off the President a Fireable Offense? Sure. But Should Firm Have Done It?
When a government contractor fired an employee over a Facebook photo that showed her giving the middle finger to President Trump, it probably did not expect such a widespread negative reaction from the public.more
FMLA Ruling: Is This Loose Standard Terrible News for Your Compliance Efforts?
Thanks to a recent court ruling, it now may be even more difficult for employers to take any adverse action against an employee who is on — or has previously taken — leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).more
Pocket-Dial Costs Man a Cushy Six-Figure Job He 'Barely Showed Up To'
Here is some advice for individuals who set the bar low: If you do manage to land that dream job that essentially pays you big bucks to do nothing, do not ever, under any circumstances, brag about the fact that you have such a job.more
Game-Changing Ruling on Marijuana Has Major Implications for HR Professionals Everywhere
A recent landmark court ruling shows just how tricky it can be for human resource professionals when state and federal marijuana laws collide.more
No, 'Obsessive Stalking' Is Not ADA-Protected
Attention, victims of failed workplace romances: If you are thinking of stalking your ex, do not expect to be covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Here is a lawsuit you have to see to believe.more
Facebook Photos Show FMLA Abuse, Does Court Dismiss Case?
If an employee is supposed to be on leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) because a medical condition prevents him for handling the day-to-day tasks of his job, one might think a couple of photos of him frolicking on a Caribbean island during the leave would be enough to prove he was abusing his FMLA leave. And it probably could have been.more
The Firing Checklist Every Human Resources Professional Should Use
Firing staff members is stressful — which is why so many human resources professionals sometimes hurry the process along to get it over with. But that can be a big mistake.more
National Origin, Religious Bias Cases Remain High on EEOC Agenda
National origin and religion are highly sensitive topics in American culture and politics these days — and the workplace is no exception. Check out these two recent cases from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).more