A NCAA basketball brackets pool is a great way for employees to bond. It can also be a great way for a careless boss to get in trouble. Read more
Recent Employment Law Articles
Inc.com columnist Jeff Haden is taking your start-up questions. Up this week: How to handle an employee who won't agree to a non-compete. Read more
A mother's attempt to save her son spotlights holes in the Family and Medical Leave Act: It doesn't apply to businesses with fewer than 50 employees. Read more
Some Michigan hospitals are making flu shots and other vaccines mandatory for employees. Read more
The short answer: When you're prepared to accept it's a risk. Read more
A veteran Sarasota Police homicide detective tried to secede from the union. He didn't break any laws, though he may have violated his oath of office. Earlie... Read more
Kenneth McAllister wore the homemade t-shirt to protest his employer's decision to sell bongs and bags of fake marijuana. Read more
In what could be a precedent-setting case, a federal agency says employees' right to gripe online is protected. Read more
Laws that apply to employees who work even a few hours a week can be tricky to follow. As more businesses hire part-time help, here's how to avoid a problem. Read more
A look at five pending cases that have the potential to change the way you do business. Read more
The U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Commission is suing a Virginia company for denying a job to a Rastafarian who wouldn't cut his hair because of his reli... Read more
Breaking down what the decades-old act means for small businesses. Read more
An Iowa woman takes a stand against her employer on privacy -- and loses her job for it. Read more
Many start-ups use their Social Network contacts to find additional workers. Why not? Someone's friend of a friend is probably that chef, programmer or ad... Read more
A new Supreme Court ruling says employees' text messages are open to company scrutiny. Read more
A pizza restaurant raises hackles – and consciousness – about corporate social media policies by letting a waitress go for ranting about a customer. Read more
The Swiss pharmaceutical company's total damages bill could top $1 billion - a figure meant to deter it and anyone else from discrimination in the future. Read more
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