DOL Proposes Updates To Sex Discrimination Regulations
The U.S. Department of Labor discloses its intent to update its sex discrimination guidelines. What are the guidelines, and who do they impact? Read More
Is Resignation A Defense To Charges Of Sexual Harassment?
After reporting sexual harassment, an employee resigns and then sues her employer and supervisor. We examine how resignations affect sexual harassment liability. Read More
Our Readers Sound Off On The Communication Styles Of Their Organization
We polled our readers about how their managers communicate with them. An almost equal split shows that how we communicate in an online environment is still developing. Read More
The Cybersecurity Outlook For 2015: The Worst Or The Best Of Times?
Data security experts make predictions for 2015 about cyberattacks and security defenses. Securing sensitive data needs to involve more than just IT staff. Read More
New DOL Regulation Extends FMLA "Spouse" Definition to Same Sex Spouses
The DOL issues a final FMLA regulation, redefining "spouse." It's time to amend your handbook and train your workforce. Read More
Hook, Line And Sinker: How Artful Phishers Are Still Hooking The Unwary
A surprising number of people are still falling prey to phishing attacks. Learn how to recognize phishing emails and how not to get hooked. Read More