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Happy Holidays, or is it? Steering Clear of Religious Discrimination and other Landmines during the Holidays!

It’s that time of year again. The holidays are wonderful, but can produce some dicey situations for your HR Department. The holidays mean a lot of things to different people: whether it’s playing dreidel, decorating a Christmas tree, or doing nothing at all. Employers need to be mindful of the variety of different beliefs held … Continue Reading

Warnings for Your Company Holiday Party

It is that time of year again – Holiday Party Season!  What’s a party without alcohol, and what’s a law blog without a curmudgeon preaching moderation and reasonableness? (Paramount Pictures’ 2016 trailer for Office Christmas Party shows just how out of control these parties can get!) We all know the dangers of drinking and driving. Even … Continue Reading

Boozing it up at the Company Holiday Party

It is that time of year again. According to a Society for Human Resources Management survey discussed in the South Florida Sun Sentinel, fewer employers plan to host a holiday party this year. However, many of those employers who are hosting a party plan to spend more this year, and sixty percent plan to serve … Continue Reading

Wishing You A Holiday Season Filled With Joy And Peace (And No Lawsuits)!

Christmas music was playing in the mall this past weekend…it’s official, the Holidays are here!  The Holidays are a great opportunity for your employees to celebrate and unwind after a long year.  The season can also bring employment issues including but not limited to claims of religious discrimination, sexual harassment and liability for your company. … Continue Reading
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