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Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #19

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Reason No. 19: There’s no “threat of reprisal” at this blog — only the “promise of reward.” NOTE: Tomorrow is the last day for voting. You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #16

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Reason No. 16: Our posts are not “engaged to wait” but are always engaging! You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline to submit nominations is Sunday, July 30. Thank you for your support! PS… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #15

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Reason No. 15: Our posts are pervasive (in a good way), but never severe. You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline to submit nominations is Sunday, July 30. Thank you for your support!… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #14

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Reason No. 14: Anonymous sources say we’re great! You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline to submit nominations is Sunday, July 30. Thank you for your support! PS – If you add a “social… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #12

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Reason No. 12: We are “integral and indispensable” to your employment law news day! You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline to submit nominations is Sunday, July 30. Thank you for your support!… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for ABA Web 100: Reason #11

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Reason No. 11: We are prima facie awesome! You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline to submit nominations is Sunday, July 30. Thank you for your support! PS – If you add a… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #10

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Reason No. 10: All of our posts are articulate, legitimate, and non-discriminatory! You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline to submit nominations is Sunday, July 30. Thank you for your support! PS… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #8

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Reason No. 8: Blog ipsa loquitur. (The blog speaks for itself.) You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline to submit nominations is Sunday, July 30. Thank you for your support! PS – If… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #7

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Reason No. 7: We keep you current on the hottest employment law issues! You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline to submit nominations is Sunday, July 30. Thank you for your support! PS –… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #6

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Reason No. 6: We are not under investigation by the FBI. (Or, if we are, we don’t know about it.) You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline to submit nominations is Sunday, July… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #5

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Reason No. 5: No telemarketing calls from us – ever! You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short statement about why you like us. The deadline to submit nominations is Sunday, July 30. Thank you for your support! PS – If you add a… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #4

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Reason No. 4: We have an all-star team of co-bloggers. To wit (in alphabetical order): Ken Carlson, Cara Crotty, Louise Davies, Tommy Eden, LaLonnie Gray, Billy Hammel, Ellen Kearns, Damon Kitchen, Angelique Lyons, Bob Ortbals, Alyssa Peters, Kristine Sims, Sandra Sok, Jill Stricklin, Spring Taylor, Stephanie Underwood, Heidi Wilbur, and Jon Yarbrough. (Thanks, you guys!)… Continue Reading

Please vote for us for the ABA Web 100: Reason #2

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Reason No. 2: Where else can you find a discussion of sophisticated employment law concepts coupled with ultra-retro TV, such as the 1968 Solarcaine commercial (“Stop sunburn pain!”) or Queen for a Day? You don’t have to be a lawyer to vote. Just go to the page here and nominate Employment & Labor Insider, along with a short… Continue Reading

ABA Blawg 100: Please vote!

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Now, this is bipartisanship! Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump agree . . . you should nominate Employment & Labor Insider for the 2016 ABA Blawg 100, sponsored by the American Bar Association. And while you’re at it, please nominate FOCUS, our women’s leadership blog. (You can nominate more than one blog.) You don’t have to be… Continue Reading

Who was naughty, and who was nice in employment law this year

Posted in Affordable Care Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Discrimination, Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act, GINA, Harassment, Labor Relations, Lawyers!, Pregnancy, Protected Concerted Activity, Retaliation, Safety, Social media, Telecommuting, Wage-Hour
Who’s been naughty and who’s been nice in labor and employment law? Here are my picks for 2015. Feel free to add your own in the comments. NAUGHTY! The National Labor Relations Board, for being naughty in too many ways to mention. Its rules on employer handbook policies, including confidentiality and social media, are unrealistic… Continue Reading