July 22, 2018
A public official, found guilty of harassment, tries to make himself the victim. You make the call and join the conversation. Read more...
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. if it is a good idea to have an expense policy. Learn why it is and about recordkeeping. Read more...
A new survey indicates employees think employers are the most responsible for protecting sensitive data. Should this concern you? Jack McCalmon discusses. Read more...
A workplace study shows some Millennials cite several stressors in their employment. Are these exceptional times or have these stresses always been there? Read More
An employee with sole control over purchasing used that trust to steal. Learn how sharing purchasing responsibilities and creating oversight can reduce the risk of loss. Read More
An employer violated the Immigration and Nationality Act when it refused to refer an asylee for a job because of his immigration status. Leslie Zieren, Esq. reviews the Act. Read More
Justice Finally Served
A fugitive from a 1999 Indiana molestation case was apprehended in Oregon in 2016 through facial recognition software and the efforts of an FBI agent who was an Indiana State Police trooper when the crime occurred.
National Missing Children's Day
On this day-and every day-the FBI works to reunite missing children with their families and asks the public for help in locating children who have been reported kidnapped or missing.
Child Sex Tourism
A 56-year-old Florida man who frequently traveled to the Philippines to have sex with young girls was sentenced to 330 years in prison for crimes related to child sex tourism.