Jonathan Segal

Jonathan Segal

Partner in Employment Practice Group of Duane Morris
Jonathan A. Segal is a partner in the employment practice group of Duane Morris LLP in Philadelphia and principal at the Duane Morris Institute, an educational organization.
9 Questions Employers Need to Answer Before Firing an Ashley Madison Customer
Ashley Madison

9 Questions Employers Need to Answer Before Firing an Ashley Madison Customer

Now that anybody can find out who was trolling the cheater website employers have to decide if an employee two-timing a spouse is cause for termination or if it's wiser to just mind the business.
Labor Costs May Soar for Entrepreneurs
Labor laws

Labor Costs May Soar for Entrepreneurs

What exactly should you be telling the Department of Labor about its proposed "white collar" exemption changes?
Accommodating an Employee's Religion Just Got Even More Complicated
Discrimination

Accommodating an Employee's Religion Just Got Even More Complicated

The Supreme Court's ruling in a discrimination suit brought by a Muslim woman creates a conundrum for employers trying to follow fair hiring practices.
Why Banning Salary Negotiations Won't Close the Gender Pay Gap
Salary

Why Banning Salary Negotiations Won't Close the Gender Pay Gap

Statistics show that women are paid less than men but the problem resists one-size-fits-all solutions.
5 Ways to Manage 'Mad Men'-Era Sexual Harassment
Legal

5 Ways to Manage 'Mad Men'-Era Sexual Harassment

Spoiler alert! Every entrepreneur should follow these 5 "R"s in training their managers on sexual and other forms of unlawful harassment.
What Accommodations Must Be Made for a Pregnant Employee?
Pregnancy

What Accommodations Must Be Made for a Pregnant Employee?

Make sure you protect yourself legally by understanding the recent Supreme Court decision.
Lust and Love in the Workplace
Managing Employees

Lust and Love in the Workplace

An attorney outlines six ways to minimize the risk that office romances will lead to litigation.
Entrepreneurs Land in the Unions' Cross Hairs
Labor laws

Entrepreneurs Land in the Unions' Cross Hairs

New labor law regulations shorten the time period for holding an election after a petition is filed. Employers may want to take proactive steps.
Don't Let Your Holiday Party Cheer Steer You Into Court
Holiday Parties

Don't Let Your Holiday Party Cheer Steer You Into Court

The mad rush of celebrations is about to begin. Don't fall into any of these traps.
What Employers Need to Know About Ebola for Now
Personal Health

What Employers Need to Know About Ebola for Now

Understand how transmission takes place and educate your workforce. Consider extra steps as needed.
How Entrepreneurs Can Spot Subtle Bias
Gender bias

How Entrepreneurs Can Spot Subtle Bias

Training of leaders can include awareness of micro aggressions, inequities or indignities.
What Obama's Order Banning Gay Discrimination Means for Businesses
Legal Issues

What Obama's Order Banning Gay Discrimination Means for Businesses

Many entrepreneurs may be surprised to learn that federal laws have not addressed sexual-orientation or gender-identity bias inside private companies.