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NLRB General Counsel Throws Dealers a Lifeline
Social Mishap

Social Mishap

Can you fire an employee for making inappropriate posts on social media? A human resources expert explains why the answer might be ‘No.’

October 19, 2015

Too Much Information

Too Much Information

If you are Googling prospective employees or checking out their social media profiles, you could be running afoul of anti-discrimination laws.

June 2, 2015

Six States Enforce Facebook Privacy Rights for Employees

New legislation in California and Illinois is set to take effect this week that prohibits employers from requiring employees to disclose their social media usernames and passwords. Four other states have enacted similar legislation.

January 3, 2013

Finding the Digital Sweet Spot

Finding the Digital Sweet Spot

Marketers say they will direct more ad dollars toward social media and mobile marketing this year, but they admit to being a bit perplexed as to which digital channel is the most effective.

May 14, 2012

Updating F&I

Updating F&I

Connecting F&I to the digital world was the talk at the annual dealer and lender conventions last month, and opinions varied on what the F&I office of the future will look like.

March 13, 2012

4 Social Media Pitfalls to Avoid

4 Social Media Pitfalls to Avoid

The social media sphere offers great opportunities to market your store, but there are several legal traps inherent to this type of viral marketing. Compliance expert reviews four of them in this digital marketing primer.

September 6, 2011

Social Media Challenging Employers, NLRB Report Reveals

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)’s review of 14 cases involving the dismissal of employees over posts made on social media sites showed just how much technology has outpaced current labor laws.

September 1, 2011