Monthly Archives: September 2009

What Direction are We Headed In

A friend recently loaned us a copy of the four seasons of the show 4400. In one of the episodes a teacher is charged with child abuse because she inspired her students to utilize their talents. Right after watching the episode we downloaded two re… Continue reading

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New Years Wishes

To all of our Jewish clients, we wish you and your a happy Rosh Hashanah as we begin the Jewish High Holy Days Continue reading

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Employer May Be Liable for Hiring Done by Independent Contractor

2nd Circuit – Employer May Be Liable for Hiring Done by Independent Contractor 09/16/2009 by Maria Greco Danaher, Ogletree Deakins (Pittsburgh)The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) makes it unlawful to discriminate against an individual … Continue reading

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From Our Client Family

National Corporate Housing is seeking an Account Executive in our Herndon, VA office. Please forward this on if you know of anyone that might be a good fit for this position. For more information contact:Misty GregarekHuman Resource Director, PHR,… Continue reading

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10 Best U.S. Cities to Earn a Living

ABC News has released their list of the best places to earn a living in today’s employment market. The cities are:Dallas, TxHouston, TXMinneapolis, MNAustin, TXWashington, DCSt Louis, MOSeattle, WAAtlanta, GAKansas City, MO/KSDenver, COIf this is … Continue reading

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Be careful of what you wish for

In today’s edition of the Employment Law Network email magazine, there are a number of articles that discuss the broadening of the anti-discrimination laws in the US due to recent legal decisions. We have all heard the saying it is not who you kno… Continue reading

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Violation of Free Speech or Citizenry Protection

Because of new guidelines on advertising and blogging under review by the Federal Trade Commission, some HR blogger practices are coming under scrutiny, including questions about reporting standards and the disclosure of conflicts of interest, rep… Continue reading

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