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New Concerns for Employers and HR Departments post Equifax Cyber Breach

USA - September 18 2017 Equifax, a consumer credit reporting company, recently announced that computer hackers exposed the personal information of 143 million Americans...

Molly Hobbs, John Ludlum, Bret F. Busacker, Nicole Snyder.


Idaho's Non-Compete Law Set to Enhance Employer Enforcement

USA - March 23 2016 Idaho businesses will have an easier time enforcing non-compete agreements that restrict key employees and independent contractors from engaging in...


Misclassification of independent contractors under increased scrutiny

USA - August 11 2015 The Idaho Department of Labor is stepping up efforts to identify companies that misclassify employees as independent contractors. It recently signed...


Religious accommodation liability does not require that employer has actual knowledge of the need for an accommodation, says High Court

USA - June 1 2015 An employer's motives, not its actual knowledge, determine whether it has discriminated against an applicant or employee in violation of Title VII...