Unstable Employees at Work

Evil HR Lady

I didn't know, so I asked my favorite labor and employment lawer, Jon Hyman of the Ohio Employer's Law Blog. I've been reading about the Arizona shootings and was especially interested with the emails from one of the shooter's classmates--about how he was sure the guy was dangerous. And I thought, what could a company do in a situation where an employee was showing signs of instability?

Unstable Employees at Work

Evil HR Lady

I didn't know, so I asked my favorite labor and employment lawer, Jon Hyman of the Ohio Employer's Law Blog. I've been reading about the Arizona shootings and was especially interested with the emails from one of the shooter's classmates--about how he was sure the guy was dangerous. And I thought, what could a company do in a situation where an employee was showing signs of instability?

PODCAST: What Questions Should HR Leaders Expect From the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court Decision?

HR Capitalist

and blogger at The Ohio Employer’s Law Blog on the Hobby Lobby Ruling. Jon''s one of the best people to listen to about anything related to employment law. Stuff we talk about: --How the Hobby Lobby decision is related to the Affordable Care Act and how it’s affected by the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which allows the opting out of laws that substantially burden the exercise of a person’s religion. --Are

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The Basics of Labor Relations #hrbasics

Blogging4jobs

There are articles about labor law, the NLRB, the current alt labor situations, working in a unionized environment and a lot of information for those working in organizations without a labor unions. They provide excellent coverage and analysis on developments in traditional labor law.

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Discrimination, Contracts, & Compliance, Oh My! #ELBC is Here!

Blogging4jobs

This week Blogging4Jobs has the pleasure of hosting the Employment Law Blog Carnival. Discrimination in the workplace, contract law, and keeping compliant are the choice topics for legal bloggers during this time of year. Thanks to Eric B Meyer at The Employer Handbook for this descriptive piece on two men, one purple nurple. Judy and Kate give a few ways to avoid this type of discrimination over on the Employment Law Navigator blog.

10 Labor Relations Resources for Tuesday’s Election & Beyond

Blogging4jobs

Labor Relations Today provides excellent coverage and analysis on developments in traditional labor law. Tuesday is Election Day 2012. Election Day 2012 is looming.

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TOO GOOD NOT TO SHARE: Jon Hyman and the EMPLOYER Bill of Rights.

HR Capitalist

Jon Hyman at the Ohio Employer's Law Blog recently came across some opinion that suggested employees really don't have enough rights in America. He listed 15 huge classifications of laws that have been passed over the past 50 years protecting employees, then he went bat shit crazy on the author by riffing an EMPLOYER'S BILL OF RIGHTS. Go to his blog and subscribe now - one of the best in a crowded employment law blog space.

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Unemployment Discrimination: Monster.com Has It Right, People (Job Boards are PLATFORMS).

HR Capitalist

National Employment Law Project on Wednesday lobbed its latest attack on CareerBuilder.com, which NELP says won't stop posting ads that stipulate applicants must be "currently employed.". Repeat after me: Job Boards are PLATFORMS, not arbitrators of quality, fairness or morality.