By: Kyle Emshwiller A woman who taught at a Christian school has filed a discrimination suit against her employer, claiming she was fired after she conceived a baby with her fiancé out of wedlock. What happened. The woman began to work for the school in 2008. In 2009, she became pregnant and was married a […]
Category: HR Strange But True
Catch up on the latest odd, offbeat, and humorous HR stories.
By: Kyle Emshwiller Facebook isn’t the only social media network that can stir up trouble at work. Here are a few cautionary Twitter tales. Social Media in the Big League—Major league baseball hit a home run earlier this spring by issuing new social media guidelines. According to reports, the policy was not intended to deter […]
By: Kyle Emshwiller The U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Virginia has found that “liking” something on Facebook is insufficient to be protected under the First Amendment. The six plaintiffs in the case were former employees at a Virginia sheriff’s department. When election time rolled around, the plaintiffs favored their boss’s opponent and […]
By: Elaine Quayle What was he thinking? When a fashion house CFO vented, blogged, and tweeted his workplace frustrations on his social media outlets, he forgot that more than his friends could read them! According to The Wall Street Journal and other media reports, Gene Morphis, chief financial officer of Francesca’s Holdings, used his blog, […]