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August 2018 Archives

Right to work law overturned in Missouri

Labor unions have been dealt a series of defeats in recent years, including the Supreme Court ruling in June that unions cannot require workers to pay union dues or other fees. Therefore, it is considered a big victory that the Missouri voters overwhelmingly rejected the right-to-work law created in 2017.

What makes employees leak trade secrets?

Trade secrets are a crucial part of any company. They help your business compete in a crowded market. Every company guards its secrets fiercely. However, many companies frequently have to deal with information leaks from current or former employees. These leaks, no matter how inadvertent or seemingly minor, can wreak havoc on a business. It leaves many employers wondering just what would motivate an employee to leak a company secret, and how to prevent such leaks.

A good employee handbook can fight workplace discrimination

Everyone should have the same opportunities at work. The federal government and the state of Texas have no tolerance for workplace discrimination based on a variety of personal attributes such as race, gender or religion, among other things. One way that employers can help fight discrimination is with a good employee handbook.

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