An employer pays $200,000 to five Hispanic undocumented employees for wage and discrimination violations. Do undocumented workers present extraordinary risks for employers? We examine. Read More
Research shows 99 percent of all malware for mobile devices is designed for Android devices. We look into the risk management consequences. Read More
In one quarter, ransomware attacks nearly doubled. Learn the surprising statistics and what your organization can do to help lower your risk. Read More
Welcome to CNA's Beyond HRSM
Management Training, including Preventing Harassment and
Periodic Training Can Help Prevent Certain Wrongful Employment Practices
March 28, 2017
HIV And Other Latent Medical Conditions: What Employers Should Consider
Are employers permitted to ask employees about latent medical conditions? A recent EEOC case answers the question and more. Read more...
Mind The Gap: Why Interviewing To Find Out What You Don't Know Is So Important
Jack McCalmon continues his series on impactful interviews. This week, Jack explains why omissions in employment history are valuable when looking for the perfect candidate. Read more...
Are Service Animals A Reasonable Accommodation For A Disability?
The EEOC sued a company for disability discrimination that refused to hire a veteran who uses a service dog. Jack McCalmon examines the impact this decision may have on all employers. Read more...