Archive for Tag: Termination


Three Ways to Combat Employee Ghosting

Have you heard of the term ghosting? This is the practice where someone (perhaps someone you just started dating) just simply disappears, and you never hear from them again. The term, coined by millennials, is starting to impact the workplace almost as much as Tinder. In most places, including Utah, unemployment is the lowest it […]

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Conducting a Successful Employee Termination Meeting

Terminating an employee is one of the most stressful tasks...
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When Do I Have to Provide a Final Paycheck to a Terminated Employee?

So many things run through your mind as an employer...
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Using Decision-Making Leave to Reduce Turnover and Liability

You may have heard of decision-making leave in the past...
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Terminating Employees with Dignity

Terminating an employee is never an enjoyable experience. There are...
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What Does At-Will Employment Really Mean?

Employment at-will means that the employment relationship can be ended...
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Best Practices for Managing Social Media in the Workplace

Social media is one area that causes a lot of confusions and frustration for employers. Here are some of the most commonly asked question we receive about social media in the workplace: What laws do I need to understand when it comes to employees posting on social media? One of the biggest misconceptions that employees […]

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Changes to Utah Laws Surrounding Non-Compete Agreements

Earlier this month the Utah state legislature passed the Post-Employment...
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The Do’s and Don’ts of Final Paychecks

One of the most common questions we receive about payroll...
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Can You Fire an Employee Because They Are Running for Political Office?

As November nears, and political activity heats up, this question...
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