Strongsville School of Rock.
On Sunday, August 21, it will hold it’s annual parking lot show, aka, Rock the Lot. It will feature a preview of the school’s upcoming fall shows, including Norah Hyman singing and strumming her way through The Many Faces of Jack White, and Donovan Hyman keyboarding, dancing, and making his singing debut (god help us) with Rock 101. It will also have the Smokin’ Rock n’ Roll Food Truck on hand. There’s no better way to spend an otherwise lazy late-summer Sunday afternoon than watching some cool kids make great music.
The event runs 4 – 6 pm on Sunday, August 21, at 16888 Pearl Rd, Strongsville, Ohio.
Details are here.
I’m taking a much needed long weekend. New content Wednesday.
Here’s the rest of what I read this week.
- Are Millennials responsible for the increase in harassment claims? — via Mike Haberman’s Omega HR Solutions
- Sexual Harassment Has “Got To Be Up To The Individual” — via FisherBroyles
- Sexually Harassed at Work? Donald Trump Has Advice. Not Joking Here. — via Evil HR Lady, Suzanne Lucas
- Donald Trump is bringing anti-Muslim prejudice into the mainstream — via Wonkblog
- A white guy threatened to kill co-workers, got fired, and claimed discrimination. How’d that turn out? — via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog
- Fitness for Duty Exams: Better Safe Than Sorry — via Employment Discrimination Report
Technology & Social Media
- Facebook posts doom worker’s unemployment comp claim — via Technology for HR
- Box Adds Litigation Holds for Files Stored in the Cloud — via Lawyerist
- Where Do You Report Cyber Incidents? — via Ride The Lightning
- An Ohio clinic is the latest in a long series of health care breaches — via The Verge
HR & Employee Relations
- This Employee Beat Dress Code Discrimination With Cosplay — via Blogging4Jobs
- The After Math: Office Politics — via Engadget
- Offer Letter or Employment Agreement? — via Adams on Contract Drafting
- Wonder Woman: Illegal Immigrant — via Law and the Multiverse
Wage & Hour
- Gender and Wage & Hour Violations — via Workplace Prof Blog
- Telecommuting Employees Entitled To FMLA If Office To Which They Report Meets 50-Or-More Employee Threshold — via Hunton Employment & Labor Law Perspectives™
- Illinois Passes Child Bereavement Leave Act – Second after Oregon to provide bereavement leave — via Matrix Radar
- Moving Toward a System of Portable Benefits in the Gig Economy — via Technology Company Counselor
- New NLRB Decision Significantly Restricts Employers’ Ability to Make Unilateral Workplace Changes — via Labor & Employment Law Navigator
- NLRB Increases Scope of Remedies — via CUE, Inc.
- NLRB Once Again Wades Into the Lawfulness of Employer’s Workplace Policies — via Michigan Employment Law Advisor
OSHA & Safety
- OSHA’s Multi-Employer Citation Policy: Intro for In-House Lawyers — via In House
- OSHA Issues Interim Guidance on Protecting Workers From Occupational Exposure to Zika — via Joe’s HR and Benefits Blog
- OSHA Fines Home Health Care Provider for Failing to Protect Employee from Workplace Assault — via Health Employment and Labor