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Friday, December 07, 2007

Week In Review (December 7, 2007)

Most Popular Federal Law Article

[url=“http://www.elinfonet.com/headcount.php?ID=11946”>Top Ten Ways To Hold A Company Party—Without Getting Sued.</A>
With the Holiday Season in full swing, many employers ask us about the wisdom of holding company parties where alcohol will be served. They generally want to know about the risk involved if an employee drinks too much at the party and misbehaves, or worse injures or kills someone on the way home.
Located On: Fisher & Phillips, LLP

Most Popular State Law Article

<a >Breaking The “Culture of Silence”.</A>
Connecticut is the latest state to recognize the importance of facilitating honest and open employment references. In an attempt to open the lines of communication concerning former employees, the Connecticut Supreme Court found that employers’ comments are privileged and that workers cannot sue for defamation if their former employer makes untrue statements while trying to provide a good-faith assessment.
Located On: Fisher & Phillips, LLP

Most Popular Headlines

<a TARGET=“_blank”]EEOC Spells Out Good & Bad on Employee Screening[/url]
Occupational Health & Safety - December 05, 2007

Posted by Patrick Della Valle on 12/07 at 10:17 AM
Week in Review