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[url=“http://www.elinfonet.com/headcount.php?ID=11779”>The Inside Scoop: What the EEOC Says It Wants To See In Employer Position Statements.</A>
At the recent 23rd Annual North Carolina/South Carolina Labor and Employment Law Program and Annual Meeting held in Charleston, South Carolina, three guest speakers from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) shared information about how to work with the Commission. They were Rueben Daniels, Jr., Director of the Charlotte District Office, Thomas Colclough, Director of the Raleigh Area Office, and Kara Haden, Senior Trial Attorney, Charlotte District Office.
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<a >The Breach of the Duty of Loyalty - What Employers Can Do About It.</A>
A recent report called The Walker Loyalty Report for Loyalty in the Workplace, released in September 2007, noted more than 35% of employees are likely to leave an employer within the first two years of employment. Yet, employers’ investments in training, recruiting, and compensation continue to rise. Turnover is even more damaging when employees take clients, employees and trade secrets with them. Do employers have the legal right to expect their employees’ loyalty? And what can an employer do to protect itself from competitive conduct by employees during employment?
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North Jersey Media - November 13, 2007