Last Friday, I had the opportunity to talk about Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace at the CBIA’s HR Conference.  There was a lot to cover in our discussion and a lot of takeaways too.

For those in Human Resources or in-house lawyers reviewing a company’s potential use of AI in the workplace, here are three

A hearing is set for Thursday on draft legislation to “fix” a bill that had been earlier vetoed and that I discussed in a post earlier this weekCTNewsJunkie.com was first to report on the details earlier Wednesday.

The bill comes at an interesting crossroads in restaurant wage/hour law. Earlier this week, the U.S.

As you might have noticed, things have been a bit slower around these parts.  There are a bunch of reasons for that (clients, cases, family, commitments, etc.), but in part, it’s because I’ve been thinking about the next generation of the blog and there’s been a lot going on behind the scenes.  Only so many

I don’t know about you, but this year end has been crazy and the blog posts have dwindled a bit.

So rather than putting together a few haphazard posts, I’m just going to call it a year and we’ll start it over again in a week or so.

There’ll be lots to talk about in

After the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Garcetti several years ago, there was a lot of chatter about whether public employees still had substantive First Amendment free speech rights.

And for a short while, the trend did seem to indicate that speech that related to an employee’s “official job duties” was to be construed