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New State Department Social Media Requirement Expected To Cause Delays
Foreign nationals are now required to provide a five-year history of social media usernames, telephone numbers, and email addresses when applying for U.S. nonimmigrant or immigrant visas.
United States
21 Jun 2019
Minnesota Legislative Update: Bills To Watch
The Minnesota Legislature is in session through May 20, 2019.
United States
14 Mar 2019
NLRB Orders Hospital To Reinstate Former Employee Who Shared Staffing Concerns With Media
A recent decision by a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge serves as a good reminder that even nonunion employees in healthcare settings are protected by Section 7 of the NLRA.
United States
13 Dec 2018
Addressing Political Discussions In The Workplace: Six Answers To Employers' FAQs
The United States is certainly as divided as ever along partisan lines leading up to the November 6, 2018 midterm elections.
United States
16 Nov 2018
Athletes And Employees Speak Out: Do Your Employment Practices Drop The Ball In Addressing Diversity, Controversial Speech, Or Tensions At Work?
With the 2017-18 National Football League (NFL) regular season and National Basketball Association (NBA) pre-season underway, many spectators are excited to don their favorite players' jerseys...
United States
25 Sep 2017
!@#$% Vote Yes for the UNION! Facebook Post Protected by the NLRA? Second Circuit Says Yes
In National Labor Relations Board v. Pier Sixty, LLC, No. 15-1841 (April 21, 2017), the Second Circuit upheld the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) finding that an employee's Facebook post, although "vulgar and inappropriate," did not exceed the National Labor Relations Act's (NLRA) protection.
United States
4 May 2017
Super Bowl 51: What To Do When The Fantasy Is Over And Football Fever Becomes A Work Reality?
Super Bowl 51 is just around the corner, and many of your employees probably already have football fever.
United States
15 Feb 2017
Social Networking Privacy Bill Appears Ready To Reach New Jersey Governor’s Desk
On November 19, 2012, the New Jersey Assembly had a second reading of a bill (A2878) that would, among other things, prohibit employers from seeking or requiring current or prospective employees to disclose their usernames or passwords for personal social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter.
United States
21 Dec 2012
Union President Had Expectation Of Privacy In Private Facebook Posting, New Jersey District Court Holds
In Ehling v. Monmouth Ocean Hosp. Serv. Corp., 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 74558 (D.N.J. May 30, 2012), a supervisor convinced an employee to access the private Facebook account of the plaintiff (a co-worker and the union president), so that the supervisor could view and print its contents.
United States
20 Jul 2012
New Jersey Senate Bill Would Bar Employers From Seeking Social Media Information From Applicants And Employees
On May 14, 2012, a bill (S1898) was introduced by the Senate that would prohibit employers from requiring current or prospective employees to provide a password or other account information in order to gain access to the individual’s account or profile on a social networking website.
United States
27 Jun 2012
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