A common question that business owners raise involves the use of employees versus independent contractors. The use and classification of an individual as an employee or independent contractor is one of the more complicated employment law issues that business owners will deal with and resolving such issues will depend upon circumstances.
Though they were talked about before, that talk has grown to a roar as national support for equipping body cameras on every police officer is growing. The thing is, they have been implemented in some cities—and their effect is simply staggering.
In part 1 of this series, posted yesterday, I talked about B.F. Skinner’s operant conditioning theory and lawyer personality traits that drive resistance to change.
A new study published in the September, 2014 edition of the journal “PLOS ONE”, offers further support for the existence of a connection between suffering a brain injury at a young age and a variety of serious problems, including behavioral problems.
Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press and Sage Publications sued Georgia State University (GSU) for copyright infringement.
Colleges serve an important role in American society, providing education, experience and leadership to each new generation.
Thinking before you speak is generally accepted as best practice, particularly if you are speaking in front of a room full of members of the world’s media.
When it comes to Halloween in the workplace, just call me Scrooge.
The clock is running down for the FCC’s sports blackout rules. The two-minute warning (actually, the 31-day warning) has been whistled.
Consumers have grown accustomed to the routine of food safety recalls: A food company announces a recall after releasing a product into the market that later turns out to be contaminated with a harmful pathogen, or is otherwise faulty.