EverFi and LawRoom Join Forces 7:40, July 21, 2016

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As a trusted LawRoom customer, we wanted to share with you some incredibly exciting news. Today we are announcing our merger with EverFi, the leading education technology company focused on critical skills digital learning for the Enterprise, Higher Education and K-12 markets. As a valued LawRoom customer, we are thrilled that this bringing together of […]

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Suppose you ask employees to report to an alternative site first thing in the morning, rather than commuting to the office. It might be for training, or a client meeting, or to pick up supplies. Do you owe them for their travel time and mileage for their drive from their homes to the alternative site? […]

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Looking for insight into the latest news in employment law? If so, you might want to avoid reading a blog post. Many legal bloggers do an amazing job, processing cases within minutes (or days) of their release. And then they do another, and another, and another. So, they’re in a hurry. And because they’re writing […]

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The winner from the CUPA-HR Annual Conference and Expo 2011, Jaffus Hardrick from Florida International University, receives his prize from LawRoom’s Kevin Kuhl. This years conference theme, “Inclusion Cultivates Excellence: Making a Difference,” highlights the importance of diversity and inclusion within higher education institutions, the HR profession, and the business of higher education. Congratulations to […]

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California supervisors must spend two hours training every two years on preventing sexual harassment under AB 1825. Many supervisors balk at reviewing the same materials or watching the same videos. To keep the subject fresh, LawRoom redesigns and produces new, interactive, and engaging online courses for each AB 1825 training year. Our goal is not […]

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Which airline and hotel expenses are corporate travel managers willing to pay for? An LA Times article cites a survey about which extra fees and charges your employer is likely to reimburse you for on your next business trip: 91% will pay for checked baggage 89% will pay for parking 84% will pay for Internet […]

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The winner from the PIHRA show, Karen Rickman from Pasta Mia of Fullerton, California, receives her prize from LawRoom’s Ralph Atkins. Karen was the winner of LawRoom’s Guess-the-Cash contest at the PIHRA Conference at the Anaheim Convention Center in Southern California (August 29-31). Karen’s guess of 196 dollars was the exact number of one dollar […]

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We recently wrote about an employee who sued for sex discrimination after she wasn’t given permission to leave the assembly line to take a bathroom break. She lost her Title VII lawsuit; see Waiting For Relief. For a similar case from 2009 involving a Verizon employee who sued for bias over a filthy unisex bathroom, […]

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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is making employers put up a new workplace poster. Under the regulation, employers must post the new NLRB notice in English, plus any other language: “Where 20 percent or more of an employer’s workforce is not proficient in English and speaks a language other than English….” The NLRB’s new […]

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Our last blog post was about how our online anti-harassment training might “scare” supervisors into preventing sexual harassment in your workplace. But our training shouldn’t “scare” you. We make training simple. Here’s a comment we received today: “The format of the course made it easy to use and conducive to a work environment in that […]

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