Halloween celebrations in the workplace can be a treat for employees but the trick is in the employer’s execution. Costumes present a particularly tricky issue because well-intentioned “creativity” can quickly deteriorate into an employee relations nightmare.
An article just published in today’s New York Times deserves a read: it is about a woman who lost her desperately-needed job when her doctor insisted that she not work overtime because of a high-risk pregnancy.
Many myths surround cannabis laws and this is the first post we will be doing as part of an intermittent series of posts examining some of the more prevalent ones.
This morning the Carnival Magic returned to the U.S. as the sun arose over the sleepy little town of Galveston.
China’s theatrical box office market may be huge but the ancillary revenues (i.e. non-box office) are still relatively small in China.
According to an October 16, 2014 press release, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) reports a ”record 755 enforcement actions covering a wide range of misconduct, and obtained orders totaling $4.16 billion in disgorgement and penalties…” for the fiscal year-end ending in September 2014.
With two and a half months still to go, 2014 has been one of the toughest years on record for freedom of speech in the USA.
On October 2, 2014, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a final guidance document titled “Content of Premarket Submissions for Management of Cybersecurity in Medical Devices”.
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars are one of the most popular shoes in history. And no only that, but they’re widely emulated as well. But while they say imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, it isn’t always so in the world of business as Converse’s efforts to protect their look certainly show.
A week ago, I went to Twitter and complained that the cruise industry had not issued an Ebola-specific protocol for the cruise lines to follow.