Posted on April 10, 2017 by Julie Brook, Esq.
Being a working parent is challenging, but California law provides some help. There are legal protections for employees who are parents of school-aged children and are juggling the demands of school issues and work. Here’s a look at the legal protections and what employers are required to provide. Continue reading
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Posted on June 13, 2016 by Julie Brook, Esq.
Smoking in California workplaces has been prohibited for decades. But just because you see or smell tobacco smoke in a workplace doesn’t mean the law is being broken. Understand the law and its exclusions so you can properly advise your clients. Continue reading
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Posted on November 4, 2015 by CEB
The following is a guest blog post by Perry L. Segal, an eDiscovery attorney with more than 25 years of combined experience in law and technology. He regularly writes on the subject at eDiscovery Insights.
In a side-by-side comparison between the benefits and detriments of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), there’s no doubt that allowing BYOD might seem likely to yield productivity gains and other benefits for the company. But from a technology-management standpoint, BYOD causes great difficulty. If I were consulted, here’s why I’d likely fall into the “against” group.
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