Employment arbitration agreements, which require an employer and employee to arbitrate their disputes rather than litigate them, are a common practice in the private sector, as arbitration oftentimes is far more economical than litigation.

The number of drug overdose deaths in the past two years has soared to staggering levels. In 2016, the estimated number of drug-related deaths was 59,000.

When employers and job seekers are too quick to jump to conclusions during the hiring process, problems can arise.

Sixty-three days after Jordan McNair, a University of Maryland football player, died from complications related to heat stroke he suffered during training, University President Wallace Loh made a public apology, taking “legal and moral responsibility” for McNair’s death.

Monday, 10 September 2018 19:08

When to Sweat the Small Stuff

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You are driving home after a long day at work and a few things are nagging at you. There was that anonymous hotline call from an employee claiming that she and others on her team were not paid enough for the work they did last week.

Thursday, 06 September 2018 20:30

How Not to Make a Decision Under Pressure

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Fight or flight? This way or that way? Yes or no? Each of these three questions describes a brain under pressure. Could be your brain, could be mine. When it comes to pressure situations, we all tend to default to the same mode: a binary mode.

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