Here are this week’s links to a few good stories that we found and selected because we feel they might add valuable insights and perspectives for small to medium size businesses.

  • Would an “honor” vacation policy work for your company?  Attorneys Sheeva Ghassemi-Vanni and Daniel McCoy of California-based Fenwick and West discuss the issues surrounding this emerging trend in a video that appears on the JD Supra website.
  • EEO reports on a decision that bad behavior by a supervisor can make the company responsible.  The same case found that the HR Manager was not protected from retaliation for investigating the complaint.  Paul Mollica of Outten and Golden, LLP provides more detail in his summation of Townsend v. Benjamin Enterprises, Inc.
  • Dave Kerpen, CEO of Likeable Local says “If you’re an entrepreneur, and you only have time for one social network, I would choose LinkedIn over any other.”  Having seen the value my LinkedIn connections bring, I heartily agree.  Ryan Little, in an article for American Express and posted on the Mashable, details how entrepreneurs can maximize the use of this important social network.  Read 4 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Amplify Content on LinkedIn to learn more.