If you’re not sure if your website is accessible to disabled persons, then now is the time to figure that out.
Ensuring that your employees and managers receive training on your policies is just as important as having sound policies in the first place.
If you have ever employed or thought about employing a veteran or member of the military, this article is for you. As armed conflicts continue around the world, every employer can expect to encounter employees who have served, are serving or will serve in a branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. So it is a good idea to take a few minutes to review the federal laws specifically applicable to these service members.
Wonder how a relaxed dress code, tattoos or telecommuting should work in your office space? Read on!
A good employee handbook records the company’s rules and communicates them to your employees in an easy, understandable way. If a handbook is well drafted, it provides helpful information on what’s expected from employees and what they can expect from their employer.
Some of the most common questions I hear are, “Can I do that?” “Can I require that behavior?” “Can I make this policy change?” and – most notably – “Can I fire him?” Today, our question is, “Can I ask my employees to sign that?”
If you have ever fired an employee, then I suspect you have gotten a claim for unemployment benefits. And we all know that employers can easily lose an unemployment claim, even when you had a legitimate reason for termination! Whether unemployment claims are the bane of your existence or a routine part of your month, here are a few tips for successfully assessing and handling these claims.
While every company would prefer to not get sued, chances are it will happen. So, if you’re interested in learning about some common issues with fairly simple solutions that could save your company thousands (or millions) of dollars if you are sued, please, read on.
How many of you use annual performance reviews? And how many of you think that there must be a better way to manage your employees? If so, read on.
Whether the government shows up at your door unexpectedly or sends you a letter, following these tips will help you effectively respond to an agency investigation.
As armed conflicts continue around the world, every employer can expect to encounter employees who have served, are serving or will serve in a branch of the United States Armed Forces. So it is a good idea to take a few minutes to review the federal laws specifically applicable to these service members.
In this article, we are going to discuss the steps you should take to stay within the legal boundaries if you’re checking in on your employees.