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Dunkley v. S. Coraluzzo Petroleum Transporter: how to appropriately combat a hostile work environment

USA - October 27 2014 Investigating and remediating allegations of a hostile work environment, discrimination, or harassment within the workplace can be daunting and...


caughtonsocialmedia

USA - April 29 2014 Courts have addressed the discoverability of social media posts; however, the new trending issue is the admissibility of such posts, specifically...


Employee misconduct -- how much is it costing you?

USA - November 26 2013 For those employers who have been frustrated by the obligation to provide unemploymentbenefits to individuals terminated for misconduct, recent...


The United States Department of Labor issues guidance regarding same-sex marriages and its impact on employee benefits

USA - September 30 2013 Two months ago, in the July 2013 edition of Porzio's Employment Law Monthly we discussed the United States Supreme Court's landmark decision in...


Employees' social networking sites: what can an employer obtain?

USA - October 30 2012 Many states, including New Jersey, have been considering legislation that serves to prohibit employers from requiring prospective employees to disclose their social media identities and passwords as a condition of employment....