March 25, 2019
Respecting employee privacy is key, but what if a conversation could really help? You make the call and take our poll. Read more...
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. when skipping progressive discipline steps would make sense. Read more...
Organizations that patch vulnerabilities and train employees to protect their login data greatly reduce their risk of a cyber breach. We examine. Read more...
The U.S. Department of Justice claims a Florida law firm exploited Spanish-speaking clients. Learn what the firm did wrong and the implications under the Fair Housing Act. Read more...
CEO And CFO Fraud Creates Exposures For Boards
The SEC finds two Silicon Valley company officers committed a $700 million fraud. What oversight was missing that led to this enormous fraud? We examine. Read More
Are Your IoT Devices Vulnerable To Attack?
Too often organizations and individuals forget to secure IoT devices, which hackers can breach to access network-connected computers. We examine. Read More
An Enterprise-Wide Cybersecurity Plan: A Crucial Step For Protecting Data
Not having a cybersecurity plan with human oversight left the U.S. Department of the Interior vulnerable to data breaches. We examine what this means for your organization. Read More
Sexual Harassment Poses A Multi-Faceted Threat For Boards And Executives
The price Wynn Resorts has had to pay for turning a blind eye to sexual harassment is a stark warning to all employers and their boards. Jack McCalmon examines. Read More
New Managers: Mistakes To Avoid While Building Your Team
New managers sometimes try to overcompensate for their lack of managerial experience and end up frustrating their employees. This can create risk. We examine. Read More
Don't Let March Madness Drive You Mad: Find Ways To Build Teams Instead
March Madness is here. A new survey reveals how management views the tournament. Jack McCalmon examines how the tournament can create bonds among employees. Read More