It’s been a busy week, both in the practice of law and in the recording of some podcasts for your listening pleasure.
- Labor Relatedly Ep. 4 — via DriveThruHR
- I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me: Monitoring Employees’ Social Media — via Employment Law Today
- Labor Relations Radio, Ep. 36: Weingarten Rights, What They Are and How They’re Likely Coming Back to Non-Union Workplaces — via Labor Relations Radio
As for the other half of The Norah and Dad Show, you can see her perform tonight at Baxter’s Speakeasy in Akron and next Friday, Sept. 30, at The Olde Wine Cellar in Olmsted Falls. Both shows are free, although Baxter’s has a one-drink minimum, and The Olde Wine Cellar would prefer if you buy a bottle of wine and a flatbread to consume while you enjoy the music.
Here’s what I read this past week that I think you should be reading, too.
Great American Beer Festival Pouring Guide | Ohio Breweries — via PorchDrinking
Workers Plan to Renovate Home Depot with a Union — via More Perfect Union
Regulators Accuse Amazon of Singling Out Union Organizers for Discipline — via New York Times
New York Times Return-to-Office Fight to Turn on Union Contracts — via Bloomberg Law
Treat Waitstaff Poorly? That’s a Firing. — via Evil HR Lady, Suzanne Lucas
Restaurant and Service Dog: ADA Cautionary Tale for Employers — via HR Hero Line
‘Central Park Karen’ believes its racist to call someone racist. A federal judge disagreed and dismissed her lawsuit. — via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog
A coworker’s child keeps saying insulting and bigoted things to me — via Ask a Manager
- WIRTW #642: the “get off our backs” edition
- WIRTW #641: the “slim shady” edition
- WIRTW #640: the “Wickens Workshop” edition