Blogs

Eric Meyer at FisherBroyles

Can you require new employees not to bash you on Glassdoor?

November 19th, 2019
You know, like with an employment agreement and stuff like a non-disparagement provision, protected concerted activity and a savings clause (nothing to do with Santa Claus - good gracious, Dunkin' has just barley unveiled their
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Fiona Ong at Shawe Rosenthal

MD Reasonable accommodation: qualified > most qualified?

November 14th, 2019
When is the most qualified job candidate not the right candidate? Fiona Ong shares the opinion of the EEOC, the Maryland Court of Appeals and the Maryland federal district court. And by opinion, we mean...
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Frank Kerbein, Director of the Center for Human Resources, The Business Council of New York State, Inc.

NY Combating sexual harassment takes more than talk

November 6th, 2019
Combating sexual harassment in the workplace entails more than some posters and FAQs, although both can and should be part of the process. And the State of New York has provided some guidance that will help...
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Salvador Simao at FordHarrison

NJ Independent contractors with benefits

October 30th, 2019
You know about friends with benefits (you do know about friends with benefits, right?). And married, jobs, pets and desserts with benefits New Jersey has decided that it may be time to...
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Fiona Ong at Shawe Rosenthal

Your ADA toolkit

October 25th, 2019
Everyone and everything can benefit from a good toolkit, even your workplace. Fiona Ong points you in the direction of the Workplace Accommodation Toolkit to help you move beyond basic compliance with the ADA.
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