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Category: Employment Law

July 21, 2022

Do you own a business or manage any type of organization? If so, you know that in an ideal world, employees would never accuse you or your organization of such forms of misconduct as: Discrimination Sexual harassment Unfair pay Those are just a few examples of the types of issues employees may cite when filing […]

July 6, 2022

Developing various HR policies is a major responsibility for virtually all employers. Along with developing proper hiring policies, employers also need to develop policies outlining how workers will be disciplined when they commit infractions of work rules. Discipline gets a bad rap. Most supervisors dread it, and employees are offended at the thought. The reality […]

March 14, 2022

Your business is an asset and should be treated as such. As your business increases, you hire employees. The more employees you hire, the more diverse the terms of employment for each type of employee.  It is important from the time a job is offered for employees to understand the terms of their employment, for […]

February 24, 2022

Rules of conduct and discipline settle the expectations of employees in the workplace.  Everyone operates more efficiently if they know what is expected, how expectations will be measured, and the consequences of failing to meet expectations. There are negative legal consequences for businesses if disciplinary policies are not put in place and applied consistently. Businesses […]

October 1, 2021

Employment law can change quickly. There may be an amendment to the current law or a recent court case ruling that could change how certain employment laws and regulations are interpreted. It is crucial for an employer to stay compliant and up to date with all laws regarding employment or else risk vulnerability to former […]

September 15, 2021

Maintaining employment law compliance requires a business to adapt quickly to changes on a federal and state level. A presidential change, especially involving a shift in political parties, is usually followed by many legislative proposals and repeals that will affect the labor and employment landscape. Add the uncertainty of an ongoing pandemic, and employers may […]