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Social Media Policy 101: What Personal Social Media Actions Can be Restricted?

HR Daily Advisor

For employers creating a social media policy, generally speaking, it’s fine to: Restrict the ability to talk publicly about anything confidential within the organization. However, ensure that the policy is not overly broad in defining what is deemed to be confidential information.

my boss keeps joking about me never leaving, I was hired to replace someone who doesn’t want to leave, and more

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My boss often makes comments–sometimes jokes, sometimes statements–about how I should never leave the company. I’ve reached the point where actually do want to leave…but I’m scared of how she’ll react when I tell her. ” I usually just smile and laugh off the comment. Your boss can make all the jokes she wants about this, but no amount of jokes obligates you to stay longer than you otherwise would.

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Employment Law Blog Carnival: The Wreck of the Old 97 Edition #ELBC#ELBC

Ohio Employer's Law

On September 27, 1903, the Old 97, a Southern Railway mail train running between Washington DC and Atlanta, Georgia, derailed near Danville, Virginia. The wreck inspired a famous ballad (most famously covered by Johnny Cash and Hank Williams III ), which, in turn, inspired the Old 97’s to name their band some 70 years later. I’m not shy with my love for the Old 97’s. And it’s not just the jangly vibe that kills on an album, or in a bar, or in a concert hall.

Review of the Trump Administration’s First Year: Aggressive Agency Action

HR Daily Advisor

The past year has included many expected moves by the Trump administration, such as the reversal of some of the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) controversial decisions under the Obama administration, as well as several unexpected developments among several agencies.

Employment Law Blog Carnival: The “Wreck of the Old 97” Edition #ELBC

Ohio Employer's Law

On September 27, 1903, the Old 97, Southern Railway mail train running between Washington DC and Atlanta, Georgia, derailed near Danville, Virginia. The wreck inspired a famous ballad (most famously covered by Johnny Cash and Hank Williams III ), which, in turn, inspired the Old 97’s to name their band some 70 years later. I’m not shy with my love for the Old 97’s. And it’s not just the jangly vibe that kills on an album, or in a bar, or in a concert hall.

5 Ways to Invest in an Employee-Friendly Workplace

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Some employers couldn’t care less if their employees feel appreciated, or even if they make a living wage – even going so far as to encourage them to go on government assistance to make ends meet (*cough* Walmart *cough*). (Guest article by Zyana Morris).