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Complaint alleges Connecticut company illegally fired employee over Facebook comments

November 3rd, 2010

A complaint issued by the NLRB’s Hartford regional office alleges that an ambulance service illegally terminated an employee who posted negative remarks about her supervisor on her personal Facebook page. The complaint also alleges that the company, American Medical Response of Connecticut, Inc, illegally denied union representation to the employee during an investigatory interview, and [Read more...]

Expert says bed bugs in the workplace are a growing concern for HR

November 3rd, 2010

You’ve heard about the recent bed bug outbreak, particularly in New York City hotels, but have you heard that bed bugs are becoming a real issue in the workplace? Business owners, human resource directors and facilities managers who ignore this growing problem risk losing employee productivity, morale and their company’s reputation, according to Jennifer Erdogan, [Read more...]

High Court to hear arguments in USERRA “cat’s paw” case

November 2nd, 2010

The US Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments on November 2, 2010, in Staub v Proctor Hospital (Dkt No 09-400), a USERRA case in which a US Army reservist relied on the “cat’s paw” theory of liability. A jury found in favor of the reservist on his claim that he was discharged from his [Read more...]

According to study, majority of directors believe U.S. company boards have trouble controlling CEO compensation

November 2nd, 2010

PwC U.S.’s Annual Corporate Directors Survey found that directors overwhelmingly believe CEO pay policies could be reformed by such measures as setting minimum stock ownership guidelines, re-evaluating compensation benchmarks and devising realistic peer group comparisons. While recent legislation to reform the financial markets did include several provisions to address executive compensation issues, these concepts were [Read more...]

Women make up more than half the workforce, but account for fewer than 1 in 10 top paid executives among S&P 100, study reveals

November 1st, 2010

According to a 2010 Bureau of Labor Statistics study, women may make up more than half the workforce. However, a Calvert Investments study shows that women continue to be significantly underrepresented on corporate boards and in C-level executive positions. Examining the Cracks in the Ceiling: A Survey of Corporate Diversity Practices of the S&P 100 [Read more...]