Suppose a commercial truck driver telephones his supervisor informing him that he had too much alcohol over the weekend, that he thought he was an alcoholic, and that he was going to attend an Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting. Suppose further this trucking employer has an unwritten policy that any driver who self discloses that he has had a substance abu...
The National Labor Relations Board in recent years has embarked upon a program to attack numerous work rules used by employers, on the theory that overbroad rules can "chill" legitimate union activities or other concerted employee activities. A recent example of such an attack is the case in which the NLRB General Counsel attacked an employer's work rule ...
In a November announcement, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that the E-Verify system now has the ability to "lock" Social Security numbers that appear to be misused. The agency says it will use a variety of detection systems to identify "patterns of fraudulent SSN use" and then lock that number in the E-Verify system, much like cre...

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