Benefit of Counsel

2005, 2019

Benefit of Counsel: The Cannabis Conundrum

By |May 20th, 2019|

At the time of this writing, 33 states and the District of Columbia have legalized the medical use of marijuana, and 10 of those states plus DC have passed laws decriminalizing recreational use. This creates myriad challenges for employers, especially when facing an already-shrinking talent pool.

Complex intersection. For employers and recruiters, the issue is further […]

2503, 2019

Conflicting Obligations

By |March 25th, 2019|

Companies use temporary staffing support for a variety of reasons, whether it’s scaling their skilled and unskilled workforce or recruiting top talent with niche skill sets. Temporary workers often work for unspecified durations dictated by the business needs of the staffing client, but sometimes clients choose to convert a temporary assignment into a traditional employee […]

102, 2019

Benefit of Counsel: Hiring Bias?

By and |February 1st, 2019|

A federal judge in December 2018 held that an executive recruiter was not responsible for an employer’s decision to eliminate a female candidate from consideration — allegedly because of gender discrimination. Thus, the court ended a lawsuit against executive recruiting firm SSI Inc. and two of its former employees.

Ileana Simplicean was recruited by SSI to […]