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Sleeping on the Job: Terminate or Accommodate?

When managers catch workers sleeping on the job, does that automatically constitute a basis for termination of employment? Guest writer Judge Ruth Kraft tackles the subject in the latest "Laying Down the…


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When managers catch workers sleeping on the job, does that automatically constitute a basis for termination of employment? Guest writer Judge Ruth Kraft tackles the subject in the latest "Laying Down the Law" blog. January 05, 2014

While the inevitability of change and its impact on business has been written about a lot, it remains no less topical and challenging. This is particularly true in a technology-driven industry like security. Gain tips on how to go with the flow. By Paul Boucherle · December 01, 2013

Guest writer Judge Ruth Kraft, and employment law expert at Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum, discusses whether it’s wise for security alarm company owners to treat the same worker as both a W2 employee and a 1099 independent contractor. October 20, 2013

Guest writer Judge Ruth Kraft, an employment law expert at Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum, offers five tips to help managers discuss difficult subject matters with employees. October 16, 2013

Guest writer Judge Ruth Kraft, and employment law expert at Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum, discusses why it’s important for security alarm company owners to have their employment policies translated into several languages. May 21, 2013



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