Category Archives: Counseling to Employers

Can this employment relationship be saved?

As an aside from writing on employment “law” issues, the below relates to an issue that seems to underlie many of my counseling sessions with employers or employees: Personality conflicts. Similar themes seem to emerge no matter what legal issue is being raised. From the employer perspective, loyal good behavior and a positive attitude from Continue Reading...

Beware of Unpaid Internships: Internships May Give Rise to an Employer-Employee Relationship

 July 1, 2013   Internships can provide a valuable experience for students to gain experience and can be a tremendous help to employers.  However, employers must take heed of the recent string of lawsuits brought by former unpaid interns.  In a post Glatt v. Fox Searchlight Pictures [i] world, unpaid intern positions may give rise to Continue Reading...

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