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Employees Are Getting Fired For Instagram Posts

Employees Are Getting Fired For Instagram Posts

You won't believe what people are posting on Instagram. Read More »

Facebook Posts And Tweets That Can Get You Fired

Facebook Posts And Tweets That Can Get You Fired

In a recent ruling, the National Labor Relations Board said an employer broke the law when it dismissed an employee who criticized it on Facebook and in an email, and who encouraged employees to unionize. The NLRB ordered the employer to reinstate the employee to his old job with back pay. The employee had... Read More »

8 Workplace Rights That You May Not Realize You Have

8 Workplace Rights That You May Not Realize You Have

By Alison Green Do you know what rights you have at work? You might assume that you can rely on your employer to follow the law in every circumstance, but in fact, many employers violate labor laws, often simply through ignorance. It pays to know what your rights are. Read More »

Protect Yourself From Facebook-Snooping Employers: 5 Tactics

Protect Yourself From Facebook-Snooping Employers: 5 Tactics

It's the catch-22 of the digital age: You need to be on social media to get ahead in many careers, but what you say, whom you associate with or even what you "like" on Facebook could hurt you professionally, as more employers watch workers' every move online. No wonder, a recent study found 63 percent of... Read More »

Immigrant Workers Sue U.S. Recruiters, Employers For Fraud And Exploitation

Immigrant Workers Sue U.S. Recruiters, Employers For Fraud And Exploitation

More than three dozen immigrant workers have filed suit in federal court alleging that they were defrauded and exploited by more than a dozen companies and individuals involved in recruiting and employing workers in the U.S. hospitality industry. According to a complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the... Read More »

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