However, employers generally may discourage workers from entering relationships when there might be a conflict of interest, such as a supervisor-employee relationship, or an HR-manager relationship.Keep in mind that some states prohibit employers from taking adverse action against employees for lawful off-duty conduct.And as the company grew, I noticed that more and more people just didn't know each other's names anymore, which, for me, I thought that was crazy cause I love this really tight-knit community that we built at Fresh Books, and I wanted to keep that up," said manager Mary Grace Antonio.The eight-year veteran with the company launched the program last summer.Distribute written policies about the type of workplace conduct you expect from supervisors and employees.
To be clear, this isn't about new breaches but rather about the big ones we already know about—those at Adobe (adbe), Linked In (lnkd), My Space, Ashley Madison, Mate1, and so on.
They bring their pets to work and stand instead of sit.
But the company is now taking workplace satisfaction to a whole new level, setting up "blind dates" for its employees, reports CBS News correspondent De Marco Morgan."I like to meet everyone that shows up.
However, it seemed likely that many passwords were re-used between corporate and third-party accounts where people used the same email addresses."Within the data you can see, in some incidences, password hints—sometimes 'the usual'," Marriott says.
Digital Shadows tries to help its corporate clients make better security decisions, which includes figuring out when to force employees to reset their passwords on their internal systems.