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Analysts’ Financial Disclosures on Facebook Lead to Fine and Termination

Posted in Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Social Media

In my talks about technology, one of the things I try to emphasize is that there is no “one size fits all” to your social media and technology policy. As an example, I often talk about how financial industries have additional regulations relating to things like “insider” information, that may provide a reason to furthe… Continue Reading

Breaking: Connecticut Supreme Court Finds A Bonus Can Constitute “Wages”, in the Right Case

Posted in Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Laws and Regulations, Litigation, Wage & Hour

Back in June, the Connecticut Supreme Court issued its decision in Ziotas v. The Reardon Law Firm — a significant ruling because it found that where a bonus is discretionary and is not ascertainable by applying a formula, it did not constitute "wages".  I talked about the case in a lengthy post and noted that… Continue Reading