Entries by AP Law

What’s in a name?

Earlier this month, a Missouri-based healthcare provider sent rejection letters to various female job applicants. While I would normally applaud that practice, these letters expressed the company’s policy of not hiring employees with “ghetto names.” Yes, you read that right! While the healthcare provider denies sending the notices—it claims it was hacked by a disgruntled […]

Dear Employers:  You’re Being Recorded!

I see it more and more every day: employees are recording their employers.  Our trusted bestie and sidekick, the smartphone, along with other technological advances, have made recording workplace conversations easy.  Such recordings can be used as powerful tools in litigation and have the ability to become public-relations nightmares. Because of this, many clients are […]