Late-night texts – court rules some employee communications aren’t work related
A text from a supervisor late at night is usually bad news. And in this case, we could not agree more. With California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act, employers are […]
A first – class action suit filed over alleged AI tool discrimination when hiring
The first of what is expected to be many lawsuits over an employer’s use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools when hiring was filed February 21, 2023. As noted in past […]
Court issues favorable background check ruling for employers
As you well know, employers are frequently faced with class-action lawsuits brought by current or former employees. There has been an uptick in suits claiming violations of state and federal […]
Is an employer justified in terminating an employee for inappropriate social media posts?
Excerpted from a Troutman Pepper Blog by Sean Craig Can a private employer terminate an employee for social media posts that violate internal policies? The Third Circuit, in a nonprecedential […]