New Chamber report shows how substance use disorder contributes to workforce challenges
Excerpted from The Bottom Line news article by Sawyer Coffey Kentucky continues to struggle with a major substance use disorder crisis, with devastating effects not only on public health and […]
NFL player lowers the boom on activist running across the field – was it legal?
To say these days are scary public times is probably an understatement. Headlines detailing school shootings, unruly airline passengers and anti-Asian hate crimes are enough to put anyone on edge. […]
Montana state hospital worker bypassed background check by using different name
Excerpted from an article in The Independent by Seaborn Larson A former employee at the Montana state-run psychiatric hospital used a different name on her job application, meaning a background […]
Are employers liable for employee off-duty crimes?
Excerpted from a Bloomberg Law Blog by Jason Knott This past summer, a Dallas County, Texas jury slapped Charter Communications with $7.375 billion in damages. The Goff v. Holden & […]