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Can you tell employees to cover up tattoos and piercings?

When can you legally monitor employees' email, blogging and Facebook posts — both at work and at home?
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March 4, 2018
Joan and I started at this company at the same time. I wouldn't call her a close friend, but we did eat lunch together sometimes and I knew her job was a lot like mine — lots of interruptions because too many bosses wanted too many things. I had thought we were moving at about the same pace career-wise, but a few months ago she started acting like she was eating steroids for breakfast every morning. And then, smack in the middle of tough times, she got promoted. And I exploded. Read More

Can you tell employees to cover up tattoos or piercings?
March 5, 2018
Technology and legal changes have made it more difficult to regulate employee conduct. And the lines have blurred between what's considered on-the-job versus off-the-job conduct. As a result, employers are confused about where — and when — they can put their foot down. Remember, you ARE the boss of your employees. So it's important to know your rights when it comes to managing and regulating their behavior — both in and out of the workplace. Read More

Are you overdue for a raise, a promotion or a new job?
March 6, 2018
You're making enough money, but who wouldn't like more? You like your job, but you've been doing the same thing a while now. You and Michelle were hired the same week, but now Michelle is moving on. Next month she starts with your company's main competitor – as personal assistant to the top boss. Nothing's wrong. Not really. But yes, things could be better. If only you had a … Read More

Sample Policy: Sick Leave
March 7, 2018
If you've had a lax sick-leave policy and want to improve it, don't get tough overnight. Make any changes clear to employees first. To send a message that you are on the lookout for abuse, issue updates to your employee manual or your posted sick-leave policy. You might want to try altering your policy in one of these ways: Read More

Mastering the 3 most important motions in meetings
March 8, 2018
Certified Speaking Professional and co-founder of, Susan Leahy, MA, CSP, gives tips on mastering the three most important motions used in most meetings. Many boards struggle with learning the basics of Robert's Rules of Order. Susan encourages you to slow down the learning process and start with what she calls the 3 Most Important Motions. By learning how to make and vote on each of these motions first, you will exponentially improve your board's effectiveness. These three motions are used the most, and unfortunately, are also the ones that are misused the most. Read More

EEOC believes in religious accommodation
March 9, 2018
Employers sometimes forget that in addition to offering reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities, they have a similar obligation to reasonably accommodate employees' religious practices. To arrive at a reasonable religious accommodation, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act requires using an interactive accommodations process just like the ADA does. In one recent EEOC lawsuit, an accommodation provided to disabled workers should also have been provided to a new employee who needed similar flexibility to exercise the tenets of her faith. Read More

Mobility—The downside of BYOD
March 10, 2018
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is becoming more and more popular as a solution for providing devices for employees to work on. However, each type of device comes with its own problems and security issues. According to the editor of, the following threats impact the security of workplace technology platforms where employees are using Android devices. However, it is safe to say that these threats aren't limited to a single device operating system. Read More

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