Thanks to the magical ability to schedule posts in advance, I am with my family in Disney World while you’re reading today’s WIRTW. Next week, I will be running a series of what I think are some of my best posts from earlier this year. Today, take a look at what I think are some of the best posts from my fellow employment law and HR bloggers from earlier this week.
The Word on Employment Law with John Phillips thinks a 38-year employee deserve more than a 10-minute termination discussion.
Mark Toth’s Manpower Employment Blawg reports on possible changes to federal labor laws under Obama’s NLRB.
Mindy Chapman’s Case in Point draws a lesson on the ADA from a case involving talk show host Montel Williams.
Molly DiBianca at the Delaware Employment Law Blog has yet another story of someone who got herself in trouble for something posted on a social networking site.
Nick Fishman at the employeescreenIQ Blog discusses Equifax’s decision to stop selling credit reports for employment purposes.
Paul Secunda at the Workplace Prof Blog thinks employers that test employees for legally prescribed drugs are “clueless.”
Carl Boland’s FMLA Blog, on whether telling the office staff about a co-worker’s miscarriage violates the FMLA.
Michael Maslanka’s Work Matters, on the art of the apology.
Patrick Smith’s Iowa Employment Law Blog discusses how to avoid discrimination liability.
Workplace Investigations asks, “What is religion?”
I’ll be back with fresh content on October 5. In the meantime, enjoy next week’s replay.