June 23, 2018
A survey finds a majority of full-time U.S. workers want one particular thing at work. Do you agree? You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. if it is illegal to ask a job applicant his or her age. Learn how a legal question can still lead to liability. Read more...
A survey finds most people use the same password for multiple accounts and do not change their passwords regularly. We examine. Read more...
A report shows employees are not taking their medications. Jack McCalmon examines why that is not good for employers and provides an example with some solutions. 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
Employee Vacation: A Benefit That Provides Value For Managers
Managers who encourage employees to take vacation time can reap the benefits of renewed energy, commitment, and productivity. Jack McCalmon, Esq. examines. Read More
Open And Notorious Sexual Harassment: What Is It And What Makes Employers Susceptible?
An Arby's franchise is sued because a team leader openly sexually harassed young female employees. Jack McCalmon examines what will make this case difficult to defend. Read More
Do Words Matter When You Are Hiring? You Make The Call
A restaurant chain denied certain, visible jobs to applicants age 40 or older. You make the call and join the conversation. Read More