Hiring away a rival's key performer can bring a host of risks for unwary employers. On this XpertHR podcast, Texas employment attorney Mary Goodrich Nix details the litany of risks that can arise, especially if the new hire signed a restrictive covenant with his former employer, but also offers practical solutions.
Is wearable technology the next big thing? Some tech experts predict that wearable devices will one day make laptops, smartphones and tablets about as useful as an 8-track tape player. Atlanta employment attorney Tracy Moon Jr. examines what these devices mean for the workplace on this XpertHR podcast.
This podcast examines lessons to learn from high-profile examples of resume fraud with former executive recruiter Lisa Rangel, who now heads a New Jersey-based executive resume-writing and job search firm.
In this XpertHR podcast, longtime North Carolina employment attorney Robin Shea, of Constangy, Brooks & Smith, offers some dos and don'ts for employers to reduce their risks at workplace holiday celebrations, which may stem from boorish behavior. Shea also discusses other timely topics affecting employers.
XpertHR's editorial team breaks down the Supreme Court's groundbreaking gay marriage rulings, most notably the decision to strike down Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in United States v. Windsor.
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