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  • Podcast: Stepped-Up Immigration Enforcement Puts Employers on Notice

    June 26, 2017

    This podcast examines what employers need to do to prepare for increased Form I-9 audits and stepped-up immigration enforcement with attorney Christopher Thomas, who heads the immigration compliance group for Ogletree Deakins.

  • Podcast: What Marijuana Legalization Laws Mean for Drug Testing

    June 7, 2017

    This podcast examines the rapid growth of marijuana state legalization laws and what they mean for employer drug testing programs in a wide-ranging conversation with Jackson Lewis employment attorney Kathryn Russo.

  • Podcast: How Independent Contractor Issues Are Bedeviling Employers

    May 23, 2017

    The growth of the so-called "gig economy" has brought with it a host of misclassification claims. On this podcast, Cleveland, Ohio employment attorney Todd Lebowitz discusses those issues plus the most common mistake employers are making.

  • Podcast: Protecting Trade Secrets Before It's Too Late

    April 25, 2017

    This podcast features important tips for employers on how to safeguard confidential information throughout the employment lifecycle and beyond, including a look at their remedies under the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act.

  • Podcast: Making the Most of Mobile Recruiting

    March 27, 2017

    This podcast examines why employers need to do a better job of connecting with millennials and other job candidates via mobile devices with College Recruiter president and founder Steven Rothberg.

  • Podcast: Puerto Rico Employment Law Undergoes Seismic Shift

    March 13, 2017

    With all of the fireworks surrounding the current political climate, some big changes in a major US territory may have flown under the radar. Puerto Rico has dramatically overhauled some key employment laws, and this podcast takes a look with Littler employment attorney Shiara Diloné.

  • Podcast: Why Background Checks Pose Catch-22 for Employers

    February 3, 2017

    On this podcast, New Jersey employment attorney Steven Luckner explores why employers must be discerning when it comes to seeking criminal history information since background checks are ripe for technical violations.

  • Podcast: EEOC Takes Aim at Tackling National Origin Discrimination

    January 24, 2017

    EEOC Senior Attorney Advisor Muslima Lewis discusses her agency's recent enforcement guidance on national origin discrimination and what employers need to know.

  • Podcast: Truth and Consequences - What the 2016 Election Means For HR

    December 12, 2016

    XpertHR Legal Editors Michael Cardman, Marta Moakley and David Weisenfeld discuss what's likely to change for employers in the wake of the surprising 2016 election, including the ACA, agency enforcement and more.

  • Podcast: Why Robotics Is Reshaping the Workplace

    November 2, 2016

    Hear how robotics may affect the workplace at a rate not seen since the Industrial Revolution as one of the nation's leading employment attorneys discusses the compliance challenges facing employers.

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