Millennials in the Workplace: Why You Should Love Them

What Values do Millennials Bring to the Workplace? The following piece was provided to me by clikcktime.com. The full article can be accessed at https://www.clicktime.com/blog/millennials-in-the-workplace-why-you-should-love-them. I have taken the liberty of adding some of my own thoughts. These days, you can’t scan the interwebs without reading how different these darn... Read more →


Whistleblowers Can Use Confidential Company Documents to Expose Fraud

Have the Courts Gone Too Far in Protecting Whistleblowers? On January 26, 2018, Charles Matthew Erhart struck a blow for all would-be whistleblowers when he achieved a significant win on a critical challenge that nearly all corporate whistleblowers often face – whether they can use confidential company documents to expose... Read more →


Creating a Workplace Culture That Works for All

Tips for Women I have previously blogged about gender bias in the workplace. Pay equity between men and women persists with women earning 80% of men. Gender bias may be even more of a problem as old stereotypes still exist and women are judged by a different set of standards... Read more →


Unintended Consequences of Supreme Court Whistleblowing Decision

Here's Why Dodd-Frank Worker Retaliation Protections Have Been Turned on its Head Thinking about blowing the whistle on wrongdoing at your organization? Well, you need to read on because the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on February 21, 2018 in the case Digital Realty Trust, Inc. v. Somers changes the rules... Read more →


Big Pharma’s Ethical Dilemma

By Caitlin Hoff and Steven Mintz A company in any developed country today is expected by society to uphold certain ethical practices to benefit its consumers. Many believe consumers should be the company’s greatest priority when developing and manufacturing a product. Without customers, companies and manufacturers would not be able... Read more →