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What does Alabama’s new gun bill mean for employers?

May 21, 2013


On May 20, 2013, the Alabama House voted 73-28 to approve SB 286, the Omnibus Gun Bill, that will affect employers’ ability to limit employees from carrying firearms onto business property. The bill is now on its way to Gov. Robert Bentley, who is expected to sign. [UPDATE: Governor Bentley signed the bill on May 22, […]

How Do You Craft a Successful Social Media Policy?

April 3, 2013


The Birmingham Business Journal asked its social media followers and local experts, including RMLG’s DeWayne Pope, about their best practices for creating a social media policy. DeWayne’s tip? “While there are laws and other legal concerns employers should be aware of, employers should also remember that social media is about developing community and organic, two-way […]

Obama’s Second Term: What Does It Mean for Employers and the Workplace?

November 8, 2012


The 2012 presidential election is now over (despite Florida still counting votes) and Obama has won a second term. Now, that the election is over, what can employers expect in the next four years with regard to human resources and employment law? President Obama will continue to control appointments to agencies such as the Department […]