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08 / 22 / 2017

How to Mitigate Co-Employment Risks When Using a Staffing Agency

When an employee has two employers who each have actual or potential legal rights and duties to him or her, that relationship is called co-employment. Co-employment is part and parcel of contracting workers through a staffing firm or agency because...

08 / 08 / 2017

Employee Monitoring: Do You Have a Right to Monitor Your Employees' Electronic Messages?

Data and security breaches have become a fact of business life. Corporate espionage has been in play since the first proprietary design was created.

08 / 01 / 2017

Boss Retaliating against Me: How to Prove Employee Retaliation

Retaliation is an action an employer takes against an employee to punish him or her for engaging in a legally protected activity. Retaliation is also illegal. It is the most common charge filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
07 / 04 / 2017

Are Non-Compete Agreements in Texas Enforceable In Other States?

Many people willingly sign non-compete agreements with employers without stopping to read the fine print or consider the implications. What happens if you've signed a non-compete and you get offered a better job in a different state? Will you suffer...

05 / 30 / 2017

Employee Theft: What to Do If an Employee Steals from Your Company

Learning that a trusted employee is stealing from your company can be a shocking experience. At first, you may feel like looking the other way or reacting violently. Neither is a good response. Looking the other way encourages further issues, not just...

05 / 09 / 2017

How to Avoid Whistleblower Complaints and Protect Your Business

A whistleblower is an employee who makes a complaint to law enforcement or regulatory agencies about a company’s illegal or unsafe conduct. This person is figuratively blowing the whistle on his or her employer. An employee who gives information to...

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