Why Google Glass Could Shatter Workplace Policies
Google Glass—and sophisticated wearable technology like it—has the potential to cause significant disruption in the workplace, experts say. Glass is raising concerns about privacy and the potential to capture and misuse sensitive business data.
‘Rules for Society’ Facebook Post Results in Discharge
An employee who was fired for sarcastic posts on Facebook lost her First Amendment claim on Nov. 7, 2013.
Infosys Hit with Record Fine for Visa Fraud
Indian tech giant Infosys has agreed to pay the largest immigration fine ever levied by the U.S. government—$34 million—to settle a lawsuit relating to visa fraud, the Justice Department announced on Oct. 30, 2013.
Pay As You Go
New mobile payroll solutions help employers manage payroll on the fly.
Encrypt Company Laptops to Avoid Litigation
The theft of two unencrypted laptops from a company’s conference room has resulted in a $3 million settlement in a data-breach class-action lawsuit in Florida.
Biometric Technologies Help Manage Employees
While new biometric technologies haven’t received as much buzz as cloud or social media applications, more organizations are employing them to improve timekeeping processes, to authenticate user identity on corporate networks and to enhance security.
Mobile Recruiting 2.0
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