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Build a bullet-proof employee offboarding process.The basic framework of this topic is to help business owners and HR leaders view effective termination from both sides of the basic accounting equation: done well it can...
Make sure your pre-employment tests are in compliance with employment laws. Most employers engage in some kind of employment tests in advance of hiring a new employee, whether it's a basic Google search of the...
Gain a better understanding of the California's Fair Pay Act and keep your company compliant. Effective January 1, 2016, California amended its Equal Pay Act to strip employers of many of the defenses traditionally...
Medical marijuana legalization is impacting employers - make sure you're prepared to handle the impacts on the workplace. As medical marijuana becomes legal in an increasing number of states, employers are facing...
Be up-to-date on the EEO requirements for union representatives. Union employers are required to not only comply with the obligations contained in their collective bargaining agreements, but also a variety of federal...
Make sure you understand the requirements of the I-9 Form to ensure accuracy with employment eligibility verification.Would you be ready if ICE came to audit your I-9 records today?
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Better understand Canadian employment law and feel more confident in your ability to navigate employment issues that arise.Why can't we just fire everyone?
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Keep your company protected with a foolproof employee handbook.Judges, administrative agencies, and juries have come to expect even the least sophisticated and smallest of employers to have an employee handbook.
Many employers do not understand how to identify and manage behavior in the workplace that may result in a violation of protected class laws or that may otherwise subject the employer to liability.
HR professionals are asked to juggle a wide variety of assignments and add on special ones as needed.In many companies, the people, who formerly performed specialized tasks, are gone, along with their expertise.
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