Restrictions on background checks can vary significantly between other countries and the US. On this podcast, we examine key differences about which employers need to know with Proskauer Rose attorney Erika Collins, who co-chairs the firm's labor and employment practice group.
Under a new social media law recently enacted in Connecticut and effective August 7, 2015, an employer is prohibited from requesting or requiring an employee or applicant to disclose or provide access to a personal social media account.
A new law that takes effect January 1, 2016, repeals Alabama's current noncompete law and contains significant changes, including several exceptions to the general rule that restraints on trade are void.
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