Employment Law

Read: How to Establish Yourself and Find Allies as a K-12 Title IX Coordinator

How to Establish Yourself and Find Allies as a K-12 Title IX Coordinator

Forging relationships with civil rights groups, union leaders, SROs and the PTO, just to name a few, can help create a place for Title IX in your district.

Read: College Tuition Delayed, Aid Offered Due to Gov’t Shutdown

College Tuition Delayed, Aid Offered Due to Gov’t Shutdown

Students and families who are federal employees have experienced difficulties paying for college tuition during the government shutdown.

Read: 3 States Legalize Recreational Marijuana Use

3 States Legalize Recreational Marijuana Use

Another three voted to legalize the medical use of cannabis.

Read: Orlando Mass Shooting Highlights the Need for Screening of  New and Long-term Employees

Orlando Mass Shooting Highlights the Need for Screening of New and Long-term Employees

Do you conduct periodic background checks of long-term employees, as well as screen new hires? It’s something you should consider.

Read: Biometrics a Growing Tool for School and Business Security

Biometrics a Growing Tool for School and Business Security

More and more companies and manufacturers are taking advantage of biometric applications to improve security.

Read: Most Employees Required to be Present in Severe Weather

Most Employees Required to be Present in Severe Weather

A new survey shows businesses are unprepared to handle severe environmental factors safely

Workers at Ariz. Mental Hospital Guilty of “Severe” Harassment

A former Arizona State Mental Hospital security officer was subject to a hostile work environment and eventually paid $300,000 in a settlement with the state.

Is Your Consultant Qualified for the Job?

Association memberships and discussions with your peers will help you determine if your consultant will be able to handle your project.

Selecting the Right Security Consultant for Your Project

Independence, appropriate experience and good references are just some of the signs that the consultant you’ve hired is the right fit for your university, hospital or district.

Youngstown State Reaches $613K Settlement with Fired Employee

After five years of litigation, Youngstown State University has reached a six-figure settlement with an employee who was terminated.

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