When faced with the situation of employees who are absent due to sickness, French employers are required to distinguish between application of social security regulations and labour law rules.
2013 did not offer the blockbuster docket in front of the Supreme Court that 2011 did, but that didn’t stop the Court from issuing a number of opinions whose effects will be felt for some time to come.
Some things will come and go, but I agree with Euan Semple (@euan), a leading authority on the impact of the web on business, that blogging still matters in business – and always will.
Editor’s Note: Each year, the writers and editors of Food Safety News pick the top 10 news stories based on the story’s overall importance within the food safety community.
Plaintiffs’ lawyers were falling over themselves last week in a race to the courthouse to sue Target as a result of its recent data breach. By at least one report, over 40 lawsuits have already been filed against Target, the first of which was filed the day after the breach became public.
New stuff that spreads really fast never ceases to amaze me. Remember the viral music video from Norway earlier this year? The What Does the Fox Say video amassed another 200 million views since my post from six weeks ago!
Retail giant Target recently suffered a massive security breach during the busiest shopping season of the year. The breach involved the credit and debit card information of an estimated 40 million customers who shopped at one of Target’s retail stores between November 27th and December 15, 2013.
The Supreme Court recently agreed to resolve a circuit split on the pleading requirements for claims that ERISA fiduciaries imprudently invested employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) assets in the stock of the employer—so-called “stock-drop” cases.
By some accounts discounting by retailers this holiday season has been even more widespread than usual. As we have noted previously, however, retailers must be careful not to overpromise the true value of any advertised bargain.