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Neutral Solutions: Workplace Investigations

Posted in Employee Privacy Rights, Employment Contracts and Agreements, Labor Law, Retaliation and Wrongful Termination

The Neutral Solutions Team at Weintraub Tobin specializes in conducting independent investigations into complaints of misconduct in the workplace. At Weintraub Tobin, we take pride in the top-notch investigations conducted by our experienced group of attorney-investigators.  Our attorneys have conducted hundreds of investigations for private companies, for-profit companies, non-profit companies, cities, counties, and state agencies,… Continue Reading

Mandatory AB 1825 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Posted in Discrimination, Harassment, Labor Law, New Legislation and Regulations, Retaliation and Wrongful Termination

Summary of Program The regulations regarding California’s Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for supervisors require that certain employers provide training to their supervisors every two years.  The Labor and Employment Group at Weintraub Tobin Chediak Coleman Grodin is offering a two hour in-person training session that will comply with all the requirements outlined in the… Continue Reading

Space Still Available for Upcoming Seminar: To Tweet Or Not To Tweet? Social Media in the Workplace

Posted in Employee Privacy Rights, Labor Law, New Legislation and Regulations

Summary of Program Companies and their employees are now widely using social media in their daily business activities. These networking sites are used by employees to communicate with one another as well as current and potential customers. However, an employee’s use of social media may occasionally adversely impact their employer’s business or present other legal… Continue Reading

Upcoming Seminar: To Tweet Or Not To Tweet? Social Media In The Workplace

Posted in Employee Privacy Rights, Labor Law, New Legislation and Regulations

Summary of Program Companies and their employees are now widely using social media in their daily business activities. These networking sites are used by employees to communicate with one another as well as current and potential customers. However, an employee’s use of social media may occasionally adversely impact their employer’s business or present other legal… Continue Reading

Space Still Available for Upcoming Seminar: Risks and Benefits of Social Media and Computers in the Workplace

Posted in Employee Privacy Rights, Labor Law

Summary of Program Employees use networking sites to communicate with one another (as well as current and potential customers). They post their daily thoughts and activities, uploading photos and, occasionally, adversely impact their employers’ business. What can an employer do to protect itself without intruding on employee rights? Program Highlights Employer’s use of employee’s social… Continue Reading

Upcoming Seminar: Risks and Benefits of Social Media and Computers in the Workplace

Posted in Labor Law

Summary of Program Employees use networking sites to communicate with one another (as well as current and potential customers). They post their daily thoughts and activities, uploading photos and, occasionally, adversely impact their employers’ business. What can an employer do to protect itself without intruding on employee rights? Program Highlights Employer’s use of employee’s social… Continue Reading

NLRB Continues Crackdown on Company Social Media Policies

Posted in Labor Law

By:  James Kachmar Those of you who attended our November 15, 2012 seminar, “Risks and Benefits of Social Media and Computers in the Workplace,” heard us discuss recent actions taken by the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) regarding Social Media Use Policies adopted by employers to address the many issues that may arise with the… Continue Reading

Don’t Let Political Debates Disrupt Workplace Goals

Posted in Labor Law

By:   Brendan J. Begley Now that the first presidential debate has taken place, and as the country heads into the last month of campaigning in this election year, employers should make certain that their personnel policies properly address political activities in the workplace. Such policies should require managers, supervisors, and employees to show respect across political-party… Continue Reading

Attention Employers – Your OSHA Form 300a Annual Summary Must be Posted by February 1, 2012

Posted in New Legislation and Regulations

By:       Lizbeth V. West, Esq. The employment lawyers at Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Tobin & Tobin (WGCT&T) want to remind all employers that their OSHA 300a Annual Summary Report must be posted in the workplace by February 1, 2012 and remain posted until April 30, 2012. Pursuant to OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements, the 300a Annual Summary Report must… Continue Reading