In this episode of the Third Thursdays podcast, Ruthie Goodboe examines the use of social media in the workplace through the lens of labor law. Delving into the positives—and the pitfalls—she discusses the advantages of using social media, like increased transparency, as well as the potential legal snares. She explains several relevant advice memoranda from the National Labor Relations Board General Counsel, and she outlines guidance for constructing and implementing a social media policy that does not violate Section 7 rights.
In this podcast, Kelly Cardin discusses tips and strategies for employees working from home. She discusses several approaches to increase productivity, work with children in the home, and maintain connections with teammates.
In this episode of our Workplace Safety in California series, Kevin Bland and Karen Tynan discuss how California safety regulations are enacted. Kevin and Karen explain the rulemaking process, including how potential regulations are introduced, the benefits of participating in the review and commentary process, how long it takes to enact a regulation, and when businesses can obtain variances.
Our new series, Employment Law Legends, examines pivotal employment law cases—from the history behind them to their lasting impact. In the first episode of the series, Paul Rinnan discusses West Coast Hotel v. Parrish, a case that made it possible for the legislature and the courts to regulate the employer-employee relationship in ways never thought possible before.