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In the MeToo Era, Why Retaliation is the Scariest Word for Employers

USA - October 15 2018 With the issue of appropriate vs. inappropriate sexual conduct continuing to be the hot button topic, it is important to understand there is another...


What Cross-Border Employers Need to Know About ApplicantEmployee Background Checks

USA, Canada - October 8 2018 When it comes to being a cross-border employer, there are plenty of Canadian and United States laws to consider, and some of those laws regards how...

Eric Kay.


California’s Data Privacy Law: What It Is and How to Comply (A Step-By-Step Guide)

USA - July 14 2018 Just as U.S. companies were settling into the idea of the EU’s General Protection Act (GDPR), California just passed the California Consumer Privacy...


How Employers Can Handle their Biggest Threat to Data Privacy, Their Employees

USA - June 25 2018 Given the ever-expanding landscape of privacy laws and regulations, employers are becoming increasingly aware that they are responsible for data...


U.S. Supreme Court Signals Abandoning the “Narrow” Interpretation Standard for Overtime Exemptions Suggesting More Employer-Favorable Future Rulings

USA - June 18 2018 On April 2, 2018, the Supreme Court issued a ruling with narrow application, but it is significant because it likely signals a “new day” favorable to...

David J. Houston.