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The significantly increased use of social media has changed the way employers and courts have handled noncompete and nonsolicitation agreements.
policy, legal issues, social media, spotlight
Employers may require new hires and interns to sign restrictive covenants, such as noncompete, nonsolicitation, and/or nondisclosure agreements. Attorneys George Hlavac and Ed Easterly discuss the issues.
internships, legal issues, journal
To assist undocumented students, career centers should create an environment that is inclusive so students are confident they can get the help they need.
immigration, best practices, operations, legal issues, diversity and inclusion, spotlight
The executive order for DACA ends March 5, 2018. Here are practical considerations that need immediate attention.
immigration, legal issues
Among the vulnerabilities of colleges and universities that could affect campuses and students are immigration and DACA.
immigration, legal issues, international students, spotlight
For the third time since 2014, the OFCCP has reduced the annual Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act hiring benchmark.
legal issues, diversity and inclusion, candidate selection, veterans, spotlight
Two immigration attorneys review how the new STEM OPT rule impacts international students and employers.
STEM, legal issues, international students, journal
The legalization of recreational and/or medical marijuana in many states raises a series of issues for employers and employees alike. How are drug testing policies affected? Must employers accommodate use of marijuana for medical purposes? What does legalization mean for federal contractors?
legal issues, journal
The key for reference providers is to know what information should and can be disclosed, and what legal ramifications arise as a result of improper disclosures.
legal issues, candidate selection, references, journal
On July 2, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit vacated a lower court decision that Fox Searchlight Pictures had improperly classified former workers as unpaid interns rather than employees, calling the U.S. Department of Labor’s standards out of date and “too rigid for our precedent to withstand.”
internships, compensation, legal issues