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► Tips for Proper Employee Documentation

August 9, 2018

Proper documentation is an important workplace practice and is critical in almost every aspect of managing employees. In particular, it can be part of a defense strategy should the company ever be faced with a discrimination or retaliation lawsuit.  Any labor and employment attorney will ...

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► Tackling the Issue of Unequal Pay

July 27, 2018

The federal Equal Pay Act has been the law for over 50 years now and employers know that they have a legal obligation to have fair pay practices. The pay offered should not be discriminatory and should strive to equally pay employees who do the same work. There will always be allowances for ...

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► What's so Great (or Bad) About Exit Interviews?

July 26, 2018

Most employers and HR professionals are familiar with the concept of an exit interview, and many routinely conduct them with departing employees. Some employers swear this is a great way to garner knowledge about how to improve the organization and reduce future turnover. Others feel it’s ...

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► ADA claim Dismissed in Opioid-User Termination Case

July 23, 2018

A federal district court recently dismissed a lawsuit filed by an employee who was terminated after his employer learned he was using both prescription morphine and nonprescription opioids. The court’s decision reaffirms that the interactive process under the Americans with Disabilities Act ...

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► Important Facts About Medicare Employers Need to Know

July 19, 2018

Created in 1965, Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people ages 65 and older. Medicare covers the elderly regardless of income, medical history, or health status and was expanded in 1972 to cover disabled individuals under the age of 65. Employers that offer group health ...

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► Best Techniques for Marketing to Generation Z

July 16, 2018

While discussions often focus on Millennials in the workplace these days, it is important to remember that Generation Z (roughly defined as having been born after 1998) is right on their heels. By 2020, it is expected that Generation Z will make up about 20% of the workforce and 40% of consumers. ...

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► No Increase Seen in EEOC Harassment Claims After #MeToo

July 12, 2018

At a recent Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace, the #MeToo movement and the likelihood of skyrocketing harassment claims filed with the EEOC was a topic of discussion. While an increase in the number of sexual harassment claims made to the Equal Employment Opportunity ...

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► Supreme Court Invalidates Union Fair Share Fees

July 3, 2018

A recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court has dealt a major blow to organized labor. The sharply divided Court ruled on June 27 that unions representing public-sector workers can’t collect fees from those who choose not to join the union—a decision seen as a major threat to the ...

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► FAQ: How do We Respond to EEOC Charges and RFIs?

June 28, 2018

Question: Our company just received a notice of a charge of discrimination from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) along with a request for information (RFI) seeking sensitive personnel data about several other employees at the company. How should we respond to this notice and ...

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► Best Practices for Avoiding Problems When Outsourcing

June 27, 2018

From payroll issues to healthcare costs, employers must navigate various legal technicalities to stay compliant with ever-changing laws. As a result, outsourcing has become common across many industries as a method for companies to avoid legal issues, reduce costs and gain efficiency. However, ...

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