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Firing Employee Who Made Threats: Opposition Isn’t Always Protected

HR Daily Advisor

The Iowa Court of Appeals recently found that an employee who made violent threats on Facebook couldn’t sue her former employer for retaliation after she was terminated. The court’s decision is important because it allows employers to make termination decisions when a protected complaint is pending. A black female employee had 5 years’ tenure with her employer when she began having serious attendance problems.

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Upcoming HR Events Ireland & UK, April 2018

Rezoomo

Time to get your diaries out. We have the hottest upcoming HR events that you should be attending in April. DisruptHR Cork believes that the way employers have approached people and talent in the past, will not be how it is done in the future. Location/ Date / Time – St. Education Law Update . After attending this conference you will better be able to: • Implement any new changes or policies required by recent developments in Education Law.

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HR documentation: A step-by-step guide

Insperity

Here’s why: It’s the story of your company’s interaction with each employee, from the start to end of employment. It’s your assurance that you’re in compliance with federal, state and local employment laws and regulations. It’s your line of defense in the event that an employee sues your company for discrimination, wrongful termination or another issue. Not handling new-hire paperwork properly is one of the biggest mistakes that employers can make.

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Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]

Ongig

This includes general HR blogs, recruiting blogs, talent acquisition blogs, employer branding blogs and more. Employer Branding. Employer Branding. Glassdoor for Employers Blog. Employer Branding Blog. Employer Branding. Employer Brand. Discrimination.

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WIRTW #392 (the “miles and miles and miles” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Here’s the rest of what I read this week: Discrimination Employers Beware: EEOC’s 2015 Performance And Accountability Report Reaffirms Its Commitment To High Profile, Systemic Litigation — via Workplace Class Action Litigation Tipping as Employment Discrimination? — Exploring pros and cons of pets at work — via HR Hero Line Career Coach: In violent times, here’s how to bring peace to the workplace — via Monkey Cage Career ADHD: Is Employee Tenure Still Important? —

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WIRTW #477 (the “just another brick in the wall” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Discrimination. via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog. The Risks of Bias Testing — via Jonathan Segal’s HR Law. Calling President An Idiot May Be Protected Speech (But Maybe Not) — via Dan Schwartz’s Connecticut Employment Law Blog. Should Employers Fire Employees Who Attend White Supremacist Rallies? — A Better Employment Verification System — via Fistful of Talent. via Work Place Coach Blog News.

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