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Employer Reporting Employee Crimes

10/4/2018 | Did You Know

DID YOU KNOW?         Although employers generally have no duty to report criminal conduct by their employees, there are exceptions to that rule. With the continued intermingling of employer and employee-owned technology, it is becoming more common for employers to discover possible criminal conduct of their employees. An example: An employee uses a personal laptop to access remotely the employer’s computer network. The employee brings the laptop to the employer’s IT professional for technical assistance. The IT […]

Facebook Hazards for Employers

10/4/2018 | Did You Know

DID YOU KNOW?         Employers who “screen” job applicants by the use of social media expose themselves to claims of discrimination by applicants who may otherwise be completely unqualified for a position. There has been substantial scrutiny paid to practices of employers who ask job applicants for Facebook passwords and access to other forms of social media accounts, but those practices largely have been discussed as potential violations of the applicant’s privacy rights. However, employers also place […]