Tag: legal

Al Smith iCIMS

New Privacy Laws in California: Take Your Consumer Data Privacy Seriously Now, Before It’s Too Late

“Google’s parent company Alphabet is making changes to its data privacy policy, even though could harm its lucrative advertising...

California court voids nonsolicit agreement with recruiters and defeats trade secret claims

California Court of Appeal held that enforcing such an agreement signed by a recruiter-employee would constitute the enforcement of an...

Hiring for the Summer? Don’t Get Sued for Forgetting These Labor Laws

A diverse bunch of industries are fast approaching some of the busiest months of the year. As shoppers, vacationers, and fun-seekers...

LinkedIn Class Action Settlement: What You Need To Know

If you’re a recruiter or employer, there’s a good chance that when you opened your inbox last week, you received an e-mail from...

Friend or Faux: Why It’s Time for LinkedIn To Get Real.

For weeks (actually, no, make that months), I’ve sat back and watched a pretty interesting phenomenon unfold. It’s nothing new,...

LinkedIn’s New Terms of Service: Better, But They Still Suck

Linkedin’s new terms of service go into effect October 23, 2014. One of them requires members to always use the ® or ™ symbol whenever...

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