Take 5: Views You Can Use - January 2012


The first two months of the year are a good time for employers to do a quick "tech check" to make sure that they have a firm grip on some important current issues. Here are five points that you can count off on one hand, as you move forward into the new year:

1. Has Your Company Addressed the Implications of "BYOD" to Work and "BYOT" to Work?

2. Has Your Company Assessed Whether Its Internet and Intra-Net Platforms Are ADA-Compliant?

3. Has Your Company Considered the Employee Privacy Implications of Its Multi-State or Multi-National Presence?

4. Has Your Company Kept Up to Speed with Regard to Changes in the Law Concerning "Tech" Issues?

5. Has Your Company Ignored Many of These "Tech" Issues Because Your Employees Do Not Need Email or the Internet to Perform Their Jobs; or Because Your Systems Do Not Allow for Internet Access and Your Employees Are Not Provided Devices That Allow Such Access?

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