It’s Friday (and a long weekend!), which means it’s time for the i-Sight Weekly Roundup. Here’s a look at what we’ve been reading this week:
Can Law Keep Up with Technology?: Heather Bussing, HR Examiner, shares some of the ways that technology is changing the law.
An employer’s nightmare: the anonymous harasser: Robin Shea, Employment & Labor Insider, writes about anonymous harassment and shares some tips on what to do if it happens in your workplace.
Some FLSA and HR Management Questions In Wake Of Hurricane Isaac: John Thompson, TLNT, shares some answers to the questions commonly asked by employers during the time of a natural disaster.
Human Resources/Employee Relations:
One Word: Kimberly Roden, UNconventional HR Blog, writes about empathy and why it’ll get business leaders further.
Infographic: US Health Care Reform: Melissa Fairman, HR reMix, shares a nifty little infographic that shows some of the effects that “Obamacare” will have on employers.
Ethics & Compliance
Leadership in the Compliance Department: Tom Fox, FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog, talks about the difference between bosses and leaders and why leadership is important in the compliance department.
Las Vegas Sands Probably Needing to Bare Soul: James McGrath, Internal Investigations Blog, writes about the failure to address various allegations against LVSC.
Reporting misconduct: Richard H. Girgenti, CFE, and Meghan V. Meehan, CAMS, Fraud Magazine, share 10 things companies can do to make sure that they have an adequate internal reporting system in place.
What keeps information security leaders awake at night: Mirko Zorz, Help Net Security, Herbert Thompson, Program Committee Chair for RSA Conferences and Chief Security Strategist at People Security, is interviewed about the challenges faced by information security leaders.
Hacktivists Continue To Own Systems Through SQL Injection: Ericka Chickowski, Dark Reading, writes about SQL injection attacks and how they are continually used to compromise corporate information/databases.