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Panic Attacks: Are They Covered Under The ADA?

An employee sues her employer for terminating her after she had a panic attack. We examine how the ADA comes into play. Read More...

Rethinking Employee Engagement: Are New Digital Communications The Answer?

A survey claims employers need to consider abandoning legacy communication tools to attract future employees. We examine. Read More...

Outta Here: Are Your Employees Preparing To Bolt?

A study claims nearly half of employees are "open" to leaving. How can employers prepare? Read More...

Unauthorized Remote Access: Why Strong Passwords Are Necessary

A survey shows employers are worried about unauthorized remote access. We examine why employers must take password strength seriously. Read More...

The Smartphone Dilemma: Can't Work With Them, Can't Work Without Them

A survey shows employees want their smartphones, but smartphones hurt productivity. What choices do employers have? Read More...

How Embezzlement Happens In A Nonprofit

Written exclusively for My Community Workplace for Not-For-Profits Organizations

 

A senior executive director is charged with embezzlement of Medicaid and other funds. We examine why nonprofits are also targets for internal theft. Read more...

 

Spin Cycle: How Twisting Facts Can Force Employers To Settle

Jack McCalmon

The EEOC sues an employer for terminating an employee who reported wrongdoing to a third party. Jack McCalmon examines how fact-spinning resulted in a lawsuit. Read more...

 

Never Give A Free Pass To Adults Including Professionals

 

A physician is brought to justice for child sexual abuse. We examine why safe adults have to be vigilant with all adults, no matter their profession. Read more...

 

How Sexual Predators Target And Subdue Students

 

A female teacher used a variety of methods to entice students for sex. We examine the methods and their purpose. Read more...