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the partial government shutdown, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
has extended the 2018 EEO-1 filing deadline to May 31, 2019.
legal issues, spotlight
personality tests to screen out unsuitable candidates and screen in ones with
potential. Employers need to understand the legal pitfalls; job seekers need to
understand their legal rights.
legal issues, journal
When a data breach comes from a
third-party vendor, both the vendor and the party that provided the initial
information may be subject to potential liability.
legal issues, spotlight, privacy
This article discusses maintaining and handling
protected data, including how to an internal or third-party breach.
legal issues, journal, privacy
Interns should be are aware of the law and understand what remedies are available should they believe they are being subjected to harassment in the workplace during their internship.
internships, legal issues, journal
Career centers and students must be vigilant about fraudulent employers and should identify steps to take to verify the legitimacy of an employer.
best practices, legal issues, ethics, principles, privacy
Employees are protected against harassment in the workplace. But what happens if the person subjected to harassment is an unpaid intern, not an “employee”?
internships, legal issues, spotlight
What constitutes harassment? How are employers required to respond? What should employees do if they believe they are being harassed? Are unpaid interns protected?
On April 24, 2018, a federal judge ruled that the DACA program must be resumed and new applications accepted. The judge stayed his decision for 90 days.
immigration, legal issues, regulations
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