10 Steps to Avoid Ransomware

Did you know that $209 million was paid to ransomware criminals in 2016? Unfortunately, ransomware is on the rise. Cybercriminals are turning to increasingly tougher-to-prevent monetizing cyber attacks. For businesses who become victim to ransomware attacks, the consequences can be devastating — ransomware that lands in some shared locations within networks can literally paralyze an … Continue reading 10 Steps to Avoid Ransomware

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Will Your “At-Will” Disclaimer Protect You from Wrongful Termination?

Christine Oakes worked as a manager for Barnes & Noble in Saratoga for eight years, from 2002-2010, and was fired. Ms. Oakes filed a wrongful discharge lawsuit against the company, alleging wrongful termination, gender discrimination, and other causes of action. Barnes & Noble argued that Oakes was an at-will employee who was terminated for legitimate business reasons. The … Continue reading Will Your “At-Will” Disclaimer Protect You from Wrongful Termination?

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Alert! Employers Should Review I-9 Forms for Social Security Number Glitch

Impacted Forms I-9 Downloaded Between November 14 and 17, 2016 Employers who used a version of Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, that was downloaded between November 14 and November 17, 2016 should review those forms to ensure their employees’ Social Security numbers appear correctly in Section 1 of the form. Social Security Number Glitch U.S. … Continue reading Alert! Employers Should Review I-9 Forms for Social Security Number Glitch

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