Every year more and more people in the U.S. become aware of the International Women’s Day, a global holiday celebrated on March 8th and recognized by the U.N. The fun fact about the holiday is that it started in the United States in the early 1900's (you can read about the history of it here). Still, not very many Americans I know are actually excited about it or celebrate it in any way.
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UK: Employee Fairly Dismissed for Old Facebook Comments
Work Extension for Foreign STEM Students Invalidated
White House Immigration Proposals Include 'Known Employer' Pilot
USCIS Issues Draft Template for L-1B Visa Evidence Queries
USCIS Clarifies When to File Amended H-1B Petitions for Worksite Changes
USCIS Considering Retroactive Relief for Employers Impacted by Simeio
SHRM's Aitken Represents U.S. Employers at International Labour Conference
New Rules Revamp H-2B Visa Program
China Has New Visa Requirements
Social media policies vary around the world, but they tend to have a few things in common: Most permit some form of monitoring what employees do on social media sites and balance business interests against an employee’s right to privacy. Some also include data protection considerations.
This is according to a new study, Social Media in the Workplace Around the World 3.0, by international labor and employment law firm Proskauer.