April 20, 2018
A police officer fights his termination based on his violent public conduct against his girlfriend at a restaurant. You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
An employer wants to know if a current full-time employee can also be hired for part-time work. Leslie Zieren, Esq. discusses the issue. Read more...
Princeton University won a stay while the judge awaits the ruling in a similar ERISA fiduciary breach suit. We examine what's at stake. Read more...
Are men or women better at protecting passwords? You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
Smarter Email Practices Means Ignoring Some Messages That Appear Important
Most cyberattacks against organizations result from employees downloading email attachments containing malware or replying to phishing emails. Learn how avoid these mistakes. Read More
Why iOS Does Not Solve Your Malware Risks
Apple product users may think they are safe from malware, but statistics show otherwise. Learn why good cybersecurity practices are essential, no matter the operating system your organization uses. Read More
Mobile Malware Surges: Do You Know The Signs?
Both the number and cost of malware infections grow each year. Learn the signs of an infection and what employees should do. Read More
The Curious Case Of Garrison Keillor: When Welcomed Sexual Behavior Becomes Unwelcome
MPR fired host Garrison Keillor for sexual harassment. He produced emails to prove his innocence, but instead, they show his liability. Jack McCalmon explains. Read More
The U.S. Supreme Court Narrows An Overtime Opportunity For Service Advisors
After some Circuit Courts of Appeals created a split as to whether auto service advisors are exempt from overtime, the Supreme Court ruled on the issue. Read More
Is The Jury Still Out On Biometrics?
Although nearly all organizations will use biometrics by 2020, most IT professionals think they are not secure enough to replace passwords. We explore the arguments. Read More