WIRTW #355 (the “paraskevidekatriaphobia” edition)

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via Mike Haberman’s Omega HR Solutions Facebook now lets you choose who controls your account after you die — via The Verge Invasion of the Body Cameras: You Need to Be Ready — via Inc.com Avoiding liability when searching employee devices — via Technology for HR Are RFID Chip Implants on the Horizon for Employees? — via Abovethelaw.com HR & Employee Relations Can You Deny Employment for Falsifying a Job Application? —

WIRTW #356 (the “rock hall” edition)

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Since Joan Jett is one of this year’s inductees, the Rock Hall has invited my daughter’s School of Rock band for an encore performance of last month’s Joan Jett show — April 11, at 5 pm , on the big stage at the Rock Hall. Norah’s very sincere comment when I told her: “Some people wait their whole lives to play at the Rock Hall — I’m only 8.” You may have heard that Cleveland has the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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WIRTW #360 (the “one shining moment” edition)

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March Madness is now if full swing, with 20 games down, and 47 to go (at least as this post goes live). via employeescreenIQ Blog Federal judge reincarnates atheist’s religious bias claims — via Eric Meyer’s Employer Handbook blog Parental Leave Can’t Just Be for Mothers — via Harvard Business Review Social Media & Workplace Technology Believe This? via Labor Relations Institute.

WIRTW #358 (the “appreciation” edition)

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o your employees feel appreciated? Today is Employee Appreciation Day. However, if you limit your appreciation efforts to 0.38% of a year’s working days, I can flat-out guarantee that your employees do not feel appreciated (even on their “special” day). Employee appreciation needs to be a year-round effort, not a one-off to-do to check off your corporate calendar. Here are some thoughts, from the archives, to make employee appreciation part of your corporate culture.

WIRTW #348 (the “blackheart” edition)

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And then Norah took the stage with Joan Jett’s Crimson and Clover : If you''re in Cleveland, you can see Norah perform this (and other Joan Jett songs) with her full band on Sunday, January 18 and Saturday, January 24, at the Music Box Supper Club. via Evil Skippy at Work The Origins of Sexual Harassment — via Workplace Prof Blog Is a dumb joke sexual harassment? —

WIRTW #347 (the “bad santa” edition)

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Here’s what I read this week (and last week): Discrimination Cancer and the Workplace: Tips for Employers and A Thanksgiving to Remember: When Cancer Strikes — via Dan Schwartz’s Connecticut Employment Law Blog Do you have a “ super” anti-harassment contract with your employees? — 3 Things GCs Should Watch For — via In House HR & Employee Relations The One Where Evil HR Lady Gets Fired — via Evil HR Lady, Suzanne Lucas Are old ways of treating employees coming back? —

WIRTW #362 (the #rockweek2015 edition)

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Our urban renaissance continues at warp speed. At 2:30 pm, School of Rock will perform a set of music by 2015 inductee Joan Jett, featuring (among others) Norah Hyman on guitar and vocals. A video posted by Jon Hyman (@jonhyman) on Jan 24, 2015 at 9:33am PST Here’s the rest of what I read this week: Young v. Cleveland is popping. We landed the 2016 Republican Convention. We keep showing up on national “best of” lists—best city to visit , best food , best beer ….

WIRTW #376 (the “…I’ll only disappoint you…” edition)

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uses “hybrid” test for Title VII joint employer liability — via Phil Miles’s Lawffice Space Donald Trump will win (a Title VII lawsuit) — via EntertainHR 25 Years Later: Has ADA Helped Employees with Disabilities? — Related Stories WIRTW #375 (the “post-it” edition) WIRTW #374 (the “bad choice” edition) WIRTW #373 (the “happy birthday” edition).

WIRTW #357 (the “proud papa” edition)

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via Above the Law A social media lesson to share with your workforce — via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog HR & Employee Relations Should an employer fight unemployment? via Evil Skippy at Work Why Workplace Accidents Tend to Happen Late in a Project — via Harvard Business Review Wage & Hour Can the Employer Legally Cut an Employee’s Pay? — My kids go to an amazing school.

WIRTW #350 (the “bad reputation” edition)

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If you love live music and find yourself looking for something to do on January 18 at 3 pm, or January 24 at 1 pm, School of Rock Strongsville will be presenting The Music of Joan Jett, featuring my very own Norah Hyman on guitar and vocals. Both shows are at The Music Box , 1148 Main Ave., via Jeff Nowak’s FMLA Insights Labor Relations Decertification Infographic — via Labor Relations Institute NLRB Sued Over Quickie Election Rule — via The National Law Review.