Tag Archives: technology use policy

Helping Employers Against Employees Who Help Themselves to Company Information to Build a Discrimination Claim

A well written article by Connie Bertram, asks the question “Is Self-Help Discovery by Employees Protected Activity?” The title of the article refers to situations where an employee attempts to gather factual support or to otherwise pursue an employment discrimination claim or a related employment-based lawsuit against the employer by accessing employer files and databases to … Continue Reading

What’s the Harm in a Little Workplace Porn? For Starters, Unemployment Benefits.

A recent denial of unemployment benefits in Berglund v Industrial Technology Institute (7/21/2011) offers important insight for both employers and employees when it comes to accessing Internet pornography in the workplace and technology use policies.    Overview of Michigan Unemployment Benefits Under Michigan law, an employee is disqualified from receiving unemployment benefits if he or she is … Continue Reading
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