Entries Tagged as 'Client Resources'

Use of Photos and Videos in the Workplace

Business , Client Resources , Governmental Regulations , Legal

The National Labor Relations Board Division of Advice has released an Advice Memorandum that states employer policies prohibiting employees from photographing or video recording their company's premises, processes, operations, or products, including confidential information, without the company's permission violates the National Labor Relations Act. Also, social media policies that prohibit the use of a company logo, trademark, or graphics without the company's prior written approval have been deemed illegal, because a company's proprietary interest does not outweigh their employees' ability to use them to engage in concerted activity, which is noncommercial and does not infringe on trademark law. The memorandum is not binding but reflects the board's majority opinion. Employers with such policies may want to review them.

Information from: Lexology (09/05/13) Brendan G. Dolan; James R. Glenn; J. Kevin Hennessy


The MIQ - Most Important Interview Question of All Time

Career Tips , Client Resources , Hiring Decision Makers , Interview Tips

It may take about 15 minutes for an employer to fully understand your most significant career accomplishment.

The details underlying the accomplishment are what is most important. Employers are getting the details and comparing what has previously been accomplished in comparison to what they now need to be accomplished with an new employee will guide them to a decision on the best candidate to hire.


Candidates may lose employment opportunities by including fake job references.

Career Tips , Client Resources , Hiring Decision Makers , Interview Tips , Resume Tips

The reliability of professional references listed on a candidates resume or application may be questionable, therfore, damaging to their employment consideration or offers.

Article insert according to a survey from CareerBuilder.


Time to Make Your 2013 Employment Law Resolutions

Client Resources , Governmental Regulations
Now is a good time to focus on what the year may bring and to position your company to minimize employment law risks.

Article from: Lexology (01/03/13) Megan L. Anderson


Employers: Beware EEOC Demands for Lots of Information

Client Resources , Governmental Regulations , Hiring Decision Makers

Legal Watch
Article insert from HR.BLR.com 12/31/12


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