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Aug 22, 2018

Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth

Yesterday’s Business & Finance section of The Wall Street Journal (pp. B1, B2) featured an article covering workplace inefficiencies that result when employees are required to report to “too many bosses.” The article notes that “more than two-thirds of employees polled around the world say they have to consult with more than one boss to get their job done…”. » Read More

Mar 22, 2017

No Right to Privacy in the Workplace

Confirming yet again that there is no right to privacy in the workplace, Kelsey Gee’s article “Why Bosses Are Tracking Employees” on page B5 in today’s The Wall Street Journal describes how companies are tracking employee interactions and office traffic, including communications via email and chat logs. » Read More

Jan 25, 2012

IN THE NEWS: What’s the Impact of Compliance with Post-Employment Obligations on Severance Agreements?

What does the dispute between MacAndrews & Forbes and Donald Drapkin, its former Vice Chairman, indicate to other executives who sign severance agreements? That company property should be returned and confirmation of such return should be obtained by the executive, that companies should have solid procedures in place to monitor the possession of confidential information by employees, and that post-employment obligations are enforceable — depending on how they are drafted and the particular facts of the case. » Read More

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