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    "Fat shaming" at work can cost more than money, a lot of money

    April 22nd, 2019 by Robin Shea at Constagy

    Fat-shaming at work (and everywhere, but we do pander to the SEO gods) is rude, offensive, clueless, inappropriate, (insert your own adjective(s)), and expensive. Not always expensive, but never helpful. Robin Shea provides some background, including some help with the behaviour requirements for a legal claim of "intentional infliction of emotional distress"...

    Employees are volunteers if . . .

    April 17th, 2019 by Michael J. Lorden

    . . . they truly volunteer. [vol-uh n-teer]: a person who performs a service willingly and without pay. Michael Lorden breaks down what that means, helps decipher the U.S. Department of Labor's Opinion Letter and provides two voluntary guidelines.  

    One step beyond March Madness

    March 26th, 2019 by Fiona Ong and Nick Vogt at Shawe Rosenthal

    It's March, so Madness is sure to follow. Or is it One Step Beyond March Madness? Regardless, the NCAA tournament is here, brackets and all, and if you aren't one step ahead, you could be playing from behind. Fiona Ong and Nick Vogt cover the spread on: gambling, computer use and cybersecurity,...

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