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Election 2012: What Debate Questions Would You Ask Rep. Paul Ryan

Posted in Labor Law & NLRB, Laws and Regulations, Legislative Developments

As we continue our series this week of highlighting employment law issues for the candidates, next up is Rep. Paul Ryan.  (For previous posts and groundrules, see here, here, and here.) Your record on the Employment Non-discrimination Act is, to be blunt, muddy at best. You appear to have once voted for passage of the Act,… Continue Reading

What Can Google Books Data Search Tell Us About Employment Law Trends?

Posted in Human Resources (HR) Compliance

Among the things we take for granted now is that information about anything and everything has always been available. (Indeed, if you want to really take a trip back in history, read this article about Time’s pick of the Personal Computer for its Man of the Year award in 1982.) Google has been at the… Continue Reading