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Taren Greenidge of our New York City Office has a new post, "Some Advice From Behind the Desk of Successful Constangy Women."

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Today marks the launch of FOCUS, our firm's new blog for women leaders in the workplace (and their friends and supporters). The inaugural edition features posts by Sarah Phaff of our Macon Office on Women's History Month, and Heidi Wilbur of our Denver Office on Overcoming Stereotype Threats (and Butterflies).

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In addition to Sarah and Heidi, other editors and regular contributors ...

We are non-partisan here at Employment & Labor Insider, but that doesn't mean we can't look forward to the Iowa Caucus. (DISCLAIMER: This Employment Law Blog Carnival is guaranteed obsolete in two weeks, if not sooner.)

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Ring in the Old!

On February 1, Hawkeyes will gather at their precincts, hear inspiring speeches from the candidates' pitch men and women, and (if Republican) mark their ...

It’s that time of year! The American Bar Association is accepting nominations for the 2015 ABA Blawg 100. Here are seven reasons why you should vote for Employment & Labor Insider, if you are so inclined . . .

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"I Voted (for Employment & Labor Insider)!"

*Like Donald Trump, we tell it like it is, but we have better hair.

*Like Hillary Clinton, we use email, but all of our blog posts are stored ...

Welcome to our newest attorneys, who have joined us since our initial expansion in early March:

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We are booming!

Atlanta

In Atlanta, we welcome Tamika Nordstrom, Erica Mason, and Katie Kelley.

Fairfax-Metro Washington D.C.

Greetings and salutations to Theresa Connolly, who has joined our Fairfax-Metro Washington D.C. Office.

Kansas City

And we are delighted to have Evan ...

Employers (and their lawyers) worry so much about disgruntled, lazy, poorly performing employees who never show up ("The food here is terrible -- and such small portions!")

But do you ever worry about employees who are too eager to please? If not, you should.

 

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"Beware of me, too."

 

Legend has it that King Henry II of England, angry at his former friend Archbishop Thomas á Becket, vented ...

Mister Ed.Alan_Young_Mister_Ed.JPGIf Joe tells co-worker Mary a dirty joke, Joe is probably in violation of the employer's no-harassment policy, right? And he risks being disciplined, or even fired, right?

Right.

But if Mary sues Joe for sexual harassment based on this one joke, her lawsuit will in all likelihood be thrown out of court, right?

Right.

That's because you can't sue over just any old thing, even if it's annoying ...

Do you believe Chris Christie?

Chris Christie.256px-Chris_Christie_at_townhall.jpgI thought the Governor did pretty well in his press conference yesterday, apologizing forthrightly for the George Washington Bridge debacle*, and taking decisive action against the allegedly guilty parties who had not already tendered their resignations.

*The Governor's Deputy Chief of Staff, Bridget Anne Kelly, allegedly conspired with New Jersey ...

Robin Shea has 30 years' experience in employment litigation, including Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (including the Amendments Act). 
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