In the era of social media and mobile technology, productivity at work can be a bit of a concern. But what if you, as an employer, gave employees time to specifically mess around on their smartphones? Ingrid Ponce relays that it might be a good idea . Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 162.
- State of the Creative Series: Interview with Chief Creative Officer at Weber Shandwick – New York lawyer Ronald Urbach of Davis & Gilbert on his blog, Madison Ave Insights
- FTC Commissioner Argues for Balanced Approach to Unfairness Cases – Washington, DC attorney Jeff Kosseff of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, InsidePrivacy
- A Limit on Micro-Unions for Now, but Long-Term Significance of Limitation Uncertain – Columbus lawyer Nelson Cary of Vorys on the firm’s blog, Vorys on Labor
- NCAA President Responds to Criticism of Enforcement Process – Indianapolis attorney Geoff Silver of Jackson Lewis on the firm’s Collegiate & Professional Sports Law Blog
- Wage Order Series, Part I: Is Pay For Performance Effectively Extinct? – Mark Grajski and Maya Harel of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s California Peculiarities Employment Law Blog
- Betrayed by Their Own Reflection: Selfies Help Police Catch Criminals – Anastasia Wincorn of Charles Griffin Intelligence on the firm’s blog, The Ethical Investigator
- A global M&A technology boom – Toronto attorney Sara Josselyn of Norton Rose on the firm’s blog, Deal Law Wire
- Are Smartphone Breaks At Work A Good Idea? – Miami lawyer Ingrid Ponce of Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson on the firm’s blog, BeLabor the Point
- No Massachusetts Non-Compete or Trade Secret Legislation this Year – Erik Weibust, Katherine Perrelli and Dawn Mertineit of Seyfarth Shaw on the firm’s blog, Trading Secrets
- A Window into the Future for Apple’s Trade Dress? – Minneapolis lawyer Tim Sitzmann of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s DuetsBlog
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