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► ICE Sunsets Form I-9 COVID Flexibilities

May 22, 2023

All U.S. employers are required to complete Form I-9 for employees hired to work in the United States. This form serves to verify an employee’s identity and ability to work in the country. Within 72 hours of hire, employees must present their employer with acceptable identity and employment ...

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► When You Get Sued: A Handy HR Guide to Litigation

May 19, 2023

Many HR professionals may relate to the “oh no, what now?” moment when they first learn an employment-related lawsuit has been filed. Although employers would prefer to avoid litigation entirely, it’s important for HR departments to have systems in place to assist with ...

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► Remote Hiring: Labor Laws to Consider Across the U.S.

May 15, 2023

Hiring remote workers has skyrocketed in popularity since the beginning of the pandemic.  Of course, there are many advantages to this practice, including access to a broader candidate pool and fewer real estate expenses. However, an important consideration in hiring is the ...

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► Preparing to Comply with the PUMP Act and PWFA

May 12, 2023

Pregnant workers are currently protected under various acts including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 , the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA), and the Providing Urgent Maternal Protections for Nursing Mothers Act (PUMP). Even ...

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► Making Peace with Piece-Rate Pay

May 9, 2023

When determining how to compensate nonexempt employees, employers have a variety of options. Paying an hourly rate is certainly the most common, but other methods include salary, commissions, daily rates, and piece-rate pay (sometimes referred to as piece work). Piece-rate pay refers to a system ...

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► Heat-Related Injuries Are This Summer's Hot Topic

May 5, 2023

As summer heats up, employers in the Southwest should keep a close eye on how heat affects their workforce. Heat-related illness is a hot topic for the federal Occu-pational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as well as state OSHA plans. Recently, an unusual settlement involved the ...

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► Beware of Impersonators Hijacking Your Company's Identity

April 24, 2023

Just when it seems consumers have caught on to one particular online scam or phishing expedition—think of the ubiquitous Nigerian prince email scam that first began making the rounds in the 1990s—a new one comes along. By now, the list seems endless: online dating scams, bank and ...

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► Time to Review Severance Agreements After NLRB Ruling

April 20, 2023

A recent decision by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in McLaren Macomb has both union and non-union employers taking a second look at their severance agreements.  In McLaren Macomb , the Board decided that an employer violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) by ...

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► How to Use a Phishing Simulation to Train Employees

April 19, 2023

Cybercrime is at an all-time high, leaving companies, government agencies, and consumers at risk of severe data breaches. Data suggests  phishing emails account for 91%  of all cyberattacks. Despite efforts to mitigate these scams with advanced security measures,  phishing tactics ...

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► Major Improvement in Employment-Based Visa Renewal Process

April 17, 2023

A major improvement in U.S. immigration processing is on the horizon for employers. The U.S. State Department just announced a pilot program to once again offer visa renewals by mail without traveling to a U.S. consular post. This will be a major relief to U.S. employers. Visa Stamps = Travel ...

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