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Workplace Investigations in Louisiana: Legal Issues Associated With Workplace Investigations It is imperative that companies maintain a clear, formal reporting mechanism for workplace complaints.
A Win-Win Solution: Health and Safety Audits What is Partnerships in Health and Safety? First established in 1989, Partnerships in Health and Safety (Partnerships) was developed with the belief that: -when employers...
Writing Job Descriptions We have all heard about job descriptions. And, we know that having job descriptions sounds like a good idea. What is the purpose of job descriptions?
Social Media and Technology in Employment As our society becomes more and more interconnected via the internet, it is only natural for employers to take a close interest in the online activities of their employees,...
Employee Handbooks: Everything You Need to Know to Keep You Out of Trouble In today's complex and legal world, a well-drafted employee handbook is an organization's first line of defense for promoting organizational...
FSA, HSA, and HRA Participation by Same-Sex Spouses and Domestic Partners in the Wake of Windsor Get this report and take an in-depth look into some changes and updates to FSA, HSA, and HRA Participation by Same-Sex...
Worker's Compensation - Legislative and Case Law Update A number of workers’ compensation bills have been introduced including legislation that, if enacted, would alter termination of medical benefits during...
The Washington State Prevailing Wage on Public Works Act In 1945, the Washington State legislature enacted the Prevailing Wage on Public Works Act. Now codified as Chapter 39.
Overlap of Workers' Compensation and the WVHRA, ADAAA and FMLA The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) and the West Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act (“WVWCA”)...
Document Retention in Utah Has anyone destroyed a document today? No, I’m not talking about clandestine shredding in a dark back office. Certainly not all of you kept your lunch receipts.
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