October 21, 2018
Tattoos are more mainstream than ever, but there are a couple of kinds employers still reject. What do you think about tattoos in the workplace? You make the call. Read more...
With mid-term elections coming up on November 6, 2018, an employer is wondering about voting leave. Leslie Zieren, Esq. responds. Read more...
A manufacturer warns that brand new USB drives contain malware. How does that happen and what steps can your organization take? Read more...
Retirement plan administrators face a lawsuit for breach of fiduciary duty for failing to purchase less expensive funds. Learn about the risk. 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
How Managers And Supervisors Can Take Training To A Higher Level Of Effectiveness
A safe workplace depends on trained managers and employees, but a manager's follow-up with employees is the key. Leslie Zieren, Esq. discusses the issue. Read More
ADA, HIPAA, And GINA: Employers And Medical Information
Several laws affect how employers manage employee medical information. Leslie Zieren, Esq. reviews the issue. Read More
Should Employees Require Customers Speak A Language Other Than English? You Make The Call
An employee refuses to speak English to a customer and is fired. Is this right? You make the call and join the conversation. Read More