Weekly Roundup 38

Weekly Roundup

It’s a day early, but here’s this week’s edition of our weekly roundup.

Before jumping into our weekly roundup, I wanted to take the opportunity to announce a webinar that we will be hosting, called “Detecting Deception: Investigation Interviewing Skills.” Expert investigator Don Rabon will lead the webinar and will use his vast experience to help you hone your ability to detect deception during investigation interviews. To find out more and register to attend the webinar, click here.

And now, on with our weekly roundup:

Employment Law:

Pending Legislation Employers Can’t Afford to Ignore: Stephanie R Thomas, The Proactive Employer, writes about the topics that will be addressed in this week’s “The Proactive Employer” podcast – you won’t want to miss it.

EEOC Issues New Age Rule: Mark Toth, The ManpowerGroup Employment Blawg, talks about the EEOC’s new rule amending the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), which takes effect on April 30th.

Union Files Complaint Over Social-Media Policy: Molly DiBianca, The Delaware Employment Law Blog, writes about a complaint made by a union over a NY grocery chain, Stop & Shop’s, social-media policy.

What Baggage Does The Employment Attorney Carry?: Daniel Schwartz, Connecticut Employment Law Blog, reminds us that we can’t control who your employee chooses as an attorney.

Human Resources/Employee Relations:

Best HR Metrics for Human Capital Management: Jessica Miller-Merrell, blogging4jobs, shares some of her favorite human resources measurement examples, metrics, and formulas.

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Retaliation in the Workplace: How to Treat Employees Who Flag Problems: Stephen M. Paskoff, TLNT, shares 5 things employers can do to create a better environment for people who report problems in the workplace.

12 Ways to Make Your Employees Love You: Alison Green, The QuickBase Blog, shares 12 things employers can do to become the type of boss your staff will be glad to work for.

Ethics & Compliance

The Biomet Case: Lessons from the latest FCPA settlement involving Latin America: Matt Ellis, FCPAméricas, shares some of the lessons learned from Biomet Inc.’s FCPA settlement.

To Give or Not To Give and If So How, Under the FCPA: Tom Fox, FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog, writes about gifts and entertainment under the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act.

The Corporate Investigations List (March 2012): Richard Cassin, FCPA Blog, shares a list of the 81 companies currently known to be the subject of an ongoing and unresolved FCPA-related investigation.

Information Security:

Global Payments: 1.5MM Cards Impacted: GovInfoSecurity reports on the data breach at payments processor Global Payments Inc.

Data Classification: Why it is Important for Information Security: Chris Rodgers, SecureState Blog, explains the importance of classifying information within your organization.

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Article Published April 5, 2012

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