06.09.14

June is National Safety Month

The month of June is recognized as National Safety Month by the National Safety Council. This is a good opportunity to talk to your team about some of the risks that affect every industry. Risk awareness is an important part of any safety program. It may even be a good time to institute weekly safety […]

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06.05.14

Maintain Records on Employment and Pay Decisions: A Lesson from Chase Sexual Harassment Case

You have probably heard time and time again that it...
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06.02.14

Protecting your Company with Non-disclosure Agreements

Business risk management programs traditionally have been designed to protect...
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05.30.14

ACA and IRS Regulations Prohibit Employer Pre-Tax Contributions to Individual Employee Health Plans

We often get questions from employers about paying for an...
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05.30.14

Keeping Young Employees Safe

In a recent blog we discussed labor laws associated with...
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05.28.14

Hiring Employees Under 18

As summer rolls around, many companies consider hiring younger workers...
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05.26.14

“Free” Summer Labor: Hiring Unpaid Interns

Finding “free” labor and allowing students to get some hands on experience, sounds like a win-win for many business owners. This time of year many companies begin to consider hiring unpaid interns for the summer.  But as with most thing in life, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. There are […]

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05.23.14

Non-Monetary Ways to Motivate Employees

In a recent blog, we discussed the importance of positive...
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05.19.14

The Importance of Feedback and Recognition for Employees

Business owners and managers often lament their unengaged workforce, high...
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05.12.14

Managing Employees Who Travel

In a recent HR Webinar, we discussed the appropriate way...
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