I am pleased to share my latest post to The SHRM Blog. For many years, around the holiday season, I have written cautionary tales from “The Jewish Guy Who Wear A Chai.” Chai is the number 18 in Hebrew and means life. This year, I was reluctant to use the title. For the first time in a […]
Avoid stumbling through a compensation study with these 4 tips.
Read this checklist before spiking the punch at your company’s holiday party.
Managers there talked about their belief she might be Muslim, but never discussed the “look” issue with her.
I am pleased to post a blog I wrote for Talent Culture. You can read it here. This blog should not be construed as legal advice, as pertaining to specific factual circumstances or establishing an attorney-client relationship.
FMLA leave or an employee’s family vacation? Sometimes it is tough for an employer to tell.
There is a growing legislative movement to pass laws that prohibit employers from requiring employees to turn over their social media (i.e., Facebook) passwords. Such a bill was introduced in the Florida Senate on September 25, 2013 by Senator Jeff Clemens, a Democrat from Lake Worth.