Updates For Exempt Organizations With Employees


Employment law can be so niche, and change so often, that I tend to shy away from talking about it. But the situations below run so counter to what  folks generally believe to be true that I thought it important to at least highlight them. Those with employees will definitely want to pay attention to […]

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Social Media Firings: The Continuing Saga

    This is something I’ve kept up with for a while now. Especially because its something that is tremendously important for non-profits. For those who haven’t kept up with the saga (though you’d essentially have to have had your head in a Peruvian mountain not to) there has been a proliferation of cases brought […]

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Whether You Can Fire Over Facebook Posts Has Been Decided. Kinda.

In A Social Media Policy: Better To Have One Now Than Later I mentioned cases pending against company’s for allegedly firing individuals over Facebook posts. In one particular case, a woman alleged that she was terminated shortly after  she posted some “not so nice” remarks about her boss on Facebook. The National Labor Relations Board […]

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