Partner in Employment Practice Group of Duane Morris
Jonathan A. Segal is a partner in the employment practice group of
LLP in Philadelphia and principal at the Duane Morris Institute
, an educational organization.
Do employees have an absolute right to discuss the election where you work?
With some guidelines in place, there's nothing wrong with healthy political conversations.
Checking an applicant's social media profiles is reasonable due diligence but there are legal considerations you need to know.
Learning From Mistakes
Rather than embracing failure, accept it, learn from it -- and then try again.
You have options but, one way or the other, the cost is going up to keep your lesser-paid employees on the job longer than 40 hours.
Perception is not always reality and these questions could help you see something you might not want to see.
'Too old'? 'Too religious'? 'Too gay'? These discussions are absolute no-nos.
Miniimize risks at work when it comes to divisive discussions at the office.
A well thought-out crisis-management plan is essential for every business to have in today's world.
'Don't eliminate Christmas' is just the start.
And while you do, keep an eye on the legal implications, both pro and con for your company.
The Oscar-winning actress recently complained about Hollywood's pay inequity. Eight ways you can fight this problem in your own organization.
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.
What exactly should you be telling the Department of Labor about its proposed "white collar" exemption changes?
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.