It’s been a bit since I’ve shared any music from Norah’s gigs, so I thought I’d share a clip of three songs from her show last weekend (blue hair and all) with the School of Rock Jr. Headliners.
As for Norah’s bands, you have a few opportunities to see them live over the next few weeks (with more to be added):
- Jan. 16, Norah’s Psychedelic 60s show takes the stage at the Music Box Supper Club, beginning a 3 pm, with a short set by Donovan’s Rock 101 band leading off at 2:30.
- Jan. 23, Norah’s Psychedelic 60s show again performs at the Music Box Supper Club, beginning a 1 pm, followed by Donovan’s Rock 101 band at 2:30.
- Feb. 7, the School of Rock Jr. Headliners continue their monthly residency at Coda, in a pre-Superbowl show from 1 – 4.
- Feb. 13, the Jr. Headliners play the Tri-C High School Rock-Off Finals, on the main stage at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Here’s the rest of what I read this week:
- EEOC issues guidance for “Muslim or Middle Eastern” employees and their employers — via Phil Miles’s Lawffice Space
- Why Genetic Testing and the Workplace Don’t Match — via Evil HR Lady, Suzanne Lucas
- Littler Forecasts Top 10 EEOC Trends to Watch in 2016 — via Smart HR Manager
- Refusal of Employee’s Request for “Peaceful Calm Environment” Does Not Constitute Failure to Accommodate Under the ADA — via All in a Day’s Work
- How the heck do you accommodate the religious beliefs of hundreds of employees? — via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog
- T.J. Simers $7.1 million discrimination verdict: Easy come, easy go? — via Robin Shea’s Employment & Labor Insider
- NYT: Case Study Of Workplace Racial Discrimination In The Construction Trades — via FisherBroyles
- Court To Catholic School: No, You Can’t Fire People Because They Are Gay — via Workplace Fairness
Social Media & Workplace Technology
- Controversial Cybersecurity Law Passed as Appropriations Rider — via Technologist
- Can Emojis Be Used As Evidence In Court? — via Above the Law
- Social Media in the 2010s: A Force Awakens — via Dan Schwartz’s Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- What Employees Can Legally Say on Facebook—and Get Away With — via Law.com
- Bashing Your Litigation Opponent in an Online Message Board? Go For It! — via Technology & Marketing Law Blog
HR & Employee Relations
- Make 2016 the Year of #WorkFlex! — via 1 Million for Work Flexibility
- The Suns Are A Wreck, And The Owner Is Blaming “Millennial Culture” — via Deadspin
- Dramatic Predictions for the year 2030 — via Mike Haberman’s Omega HR Solutions
- New Year’s Resolutions For HR Pros Are All About Not Being a Slave to Transactions — via The HR Capitalist, Kris Dunn
- No, it’s not ever “impossible” to fire people — via Ask a Manager
- Dissecting an Injunction Hearing for Enforcing a Non-compete Agreement — via Michigan Employment Law Advisor
- Non-compete Distance Measured as The “Crow Flies” — via Trade Secrets and Noncompete Blog
- 5 Changes Companies Need to Make in Their HR Strategies – NOW — via TLNT
Wage & Hour
- FLSA Minimum Wage, Overtime Lawsuits Set New Record in 2015, Filing Growth Continues and A Deeper Look at the Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division’s FY2015 Enforcement Statistics — via Doug Hass’s The Day Shift
- Ohio Federal Court Rejects Challenge to Application of Companionship Exemption to Home Health Aide — via Wage and Hour Law Update
- HR Director’s FLSA Complaint Was Protected Activity — via Smart HR Manager
- After Hobby Lobby: More Religious Challenges to the ACA Contraceptive Mandate — via The Emplawyerologist
- 8th Circuit Holds Employee Failed to Show Monetary Loss, Upholds SMJ in FMLA Suit — via Wisconsin Employment & Labor Law Blog
- Union Membership is Getting Younger and More Educated — via Matt Austin Labor Law
- Star Wars Leadership — via Labor Relations Institute
OSHA & Workplace Safety
- OSHA Rule Makers to be Busy in First Half of 2016 — via OSHA Law Blog
- DOJ Announces that Criminal OSHA Prosecutions May Also Include Felony Environmental Crimes — via Currents