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How Employers Can Conduct an Investigation of Computer Breaches by Current/Former Employees

Introduction Data security is a critical aspect of any company's business operations whether the data involves confidential company information or the private personal data of individuals. Most employee-related violations—be it fraud, theft of IP, threats, or other misconduct—involves the use of electronic devices such as computers. The majority of these...

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An Employer’s Guide to Responding to and Avoiding Employee-Related Computer Breaches

Introduction Storing and protecting employee and customer data is one of the most important parts of any business. This goal is hampered by employee computer breaches of sensitive information. Many company breaches are committed by "insiders"—current or former employees who have access to or the means to steal confidential company...

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Top 12 Employment Practice Tips For Employers

Key Point: As an employer, you will be faced at one point or another with difficult questions and decisions about an employee. Because of this eventuality, you should make it a priority to be aware of the (in many cases, easily avoided) most common employment practices mistakes. To avoid most...

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Defending Against Claims of Employment Discrimination: What Employers Need to Know

Qualified Federal Employment Discrimination Lawyers Discrimination claims can lead to financial and reputational harm for employers; and, with the recent media coverage of several high-profile sexual harassment allegations, employers in all industries need to be prepared to take appropriate action at the first sign of a potential problem. While numerous...

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Termination of Disgruntled Employees

 How To Deal With Disgruntled Employees Upon TerminationOne of the biggest risks to any business is that a former employee either is or will become disgruntled and seek a way to lash out at the prior employer, either through threats, lawsuits, online defamation, false reports of discrimination or harassment, or...

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