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August 01, 2014

Supreme Court Cell Phone Ruling Could Impact School Policy

As districts prepare for the beginning of another school year, leaders should be aware of a recent U.S. Supreme Court case that could influence staff and student cell phones policies and practices.

July 03, 2013

When Can An Internship Go Unpaid?

As a follow-up to my post, Court Decisions Challenge Legality of Unpaid Internships, here is a bit of information for those interested on what qualifies as an internship and what doesn't. The Department of Labor (DOL) is the federal body that enforces more than 180 employment laws in the United Sta...

July 01, 2013

Court Decisions Challenge Legality of Unpaid Internships

It's not unusual for college students to pursue an unpaid internship to build experience in hopes of gaining a fulltime position upon graduation. In fact, Intern Bridge, a research firm, estimates that more than 500,000 undergraduate students participate in unpaid internships yearly. While Intern ...

April 20, 2012

What Does Case Law Say About Harassment and Bullying?

I have gotten several questions lately about harassment and bullying in the workplace. Some think of bullying and harassment as synonymous, but there are actually some key differences. Actions are considered "harassment" when they call out an individual's protected class. More specifically, the U....

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