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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.
Avoid legal pitfalls of ending employment contracts. In today's employment climate, very few terminations are without some level of legal risk. Often, employers approach termination decisions without fully considering...
Gain an understanding of strategies needed to address negative employee social media.This is truly the era of digital technology and the e-workplace. This means that our workplace is no longer limited to the four...
Learn how implementing a successful return- to-work program can help employees returning from leave get back into the swing of things.Employees taking leave for medical reasons create a special challenge for employers,...
Effectively implement polices to govern employee use of mobile devices.For years, employers have allowed employees to remotely access their information technology systems.
Taking care of the total well-being of employees is important in today's marketplace.Employers with a strong EAP (Employee Assistance Program) have services that are designed to help employees address issues that arise...
Learn how to review your policies and procedures to ensure that they are compliant and on point with the legal trends.In an ever-changing world it is difficult to keep up with the increasingly complex intersection of...
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Gain a better understanding of the law and legal theories related to protecting company interests when an employee resigns or is terminated.This topic addresses the law and legal theories related to protecting company...
Learn how to onboard employees with the organizational information they need to be successful.Employee satisfaction or buyer's remorse? How will your new hires feel in 6 months?
It is critical for employers to understand when and how they are required to continue employee benefits while an employee is out on leave, and when they are not required--or even permitted--to do so.
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