Just a quick reminder that we are hosting a webinar next week called “Detecting Deception: Investigation Interviewing Skills.” The webinar is free to attend and will occur on Thursday April 26th at 2pm EDT. 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:
NJ Court: Even Erroneous Discrimination Is Discriminatory: Joe Palazzolo, WSJ Law Blog, shares an interesting case about discrimination based on a mistaken belief.
Even a voluntary demotion can lead to a retaliation claim: Eric Meyer, The Employer Handbook, writes about an interesting retaliation case.
More social media woes: employee fired for “liking” gay Facebook page: Jon Hyman, Ohio Employer’s Law Blog, writes about a case involving an employee that was fired for liking the the “Two Dads” page on Facebook.
Enforcement, Enforcement, Enforcement: Mark Toth, ManpowerGroup Employment Blawg, talks about the enforcement agendas of the DOL, EEOC and DOJ, and why now is not the time to risk violating the law.
Human Resources/Employee Relations:
56% Employees Won’t Work at Company Who Blocks Social Media: Jessica Miller-Merrell, blogging4jobs, shares an infographic and some interesting stats about social media use in the workplace.
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Strategic Use of Social Media in Your Organization: Live from the Conference Board: Trish McFarlane, HR Ringleader, discusses some of the key components of a social media strategy that were shared during a session at the Social Media for HR event hosted by The Conference Board.
Ethics & Compliance
Archiving your Social Media…: Allie Philpin, Enterprise Communications, explains the importance of archiving social media data for e-discovery purposes.
D&O and FCPA: What underwriters should know about assessing corruption risk: Matt Ellis, FCPAméricas Blog, writes about D&O liability insurance and offers some advice to underwriters on assessing corruption risk.
London Calling: The Olympics and Corporate Hospitality under the UK Bribery Act: Tom Fox, FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog, writes about corporate hospitality at the upcoming Olympic Summer Games in London.
10 Ways to Handle Insider Threats: Mary Rose Maguire, State of Security, shares 10 things you can do to handle insider security threats.
From Fraud to Infosec and Vice Versa… Part 1: Neira Jones examines the connection between infosec and fraud.