Record Retention Policy: A Start to Being Litigation-Ready

Almost 99% of today’s information created by businesses is generated and stored electronically.  The ability to easily and conveniently store large amounts of data has created a hidden liability that did not exist in the age of when companies maintained its information primarily in paper format.  The effect of this hidden liability is twofold.  First, […]

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Does Your "At-Will" Employment Statement Violate the National Labor Relations Act?

To maintain its relevancy and expand the scope of its authority, the NLRB continues its attack upon non-union employers’ policies.  This time the NLRB has positioned its cross-hairs upon employers’ “at-will” employment policies or statements.  Most non-union employers include within their employee handbook a statement that employees’ employment is “at-will,” meaning either the employee or […]

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