07/06/2010 - When sending employees overseas for travel, companies have a duty of care to ensure they provide the necessary security protocols, training, and contingency plans to ensure they come home safe and sound.
06/15/2010 - Private security guards blocked a local television reporter's access to workers cleaning up oil from a local public beach last Friday, directly contradicting claims from BP that it has not restricted media access to the ongoing clean-up operation.
04/29/2010 - Many organizations are concerned about telephone eavesdropping, but few organizations take steps to mitigate the risk, especially in certain foreign regions, according to a Ponemon Institute study. Read the report.
04/29/2009 - Due to the abundance of employees with degrees from diploma mills and unaccredited universities, the Department of Education has provided a database of schools with legitimate accreditation.
10/28/2008 - An employee attacked in a parking lot cannot hold the lot owner liable for failing to protect him from an unforeseen attack, according to the California Court of Appeal. (Ericson v. Federal Express, California Court of Appeal, No. D049934, 2008)
06/23/2008 - The federal government did not discriminate against a job applicant when it hired a younger person instead, a district court ruled, because the applicant had not proved that he was qualified for the job.