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Today, employers must comply with more laws governing the employer/employee relationship than at any other time in history – and more legislation’s coming. To make things even more complicated, many of the statutes overlap and contain numerous gray areas. This site will keep you abreast of employment law changes and what you must do to stay in compliance to avoid costly litigation and penalties.
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Need some compelling reasons to convince upper management a self-audit of your firm’s FMLA processes should be a priority? Here are 877 of them.
When employers decide to implement more stringent attendance policies, it’s critical they make sure those policies jibe with federal laws like the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Otherwise, they’re likely to find themselves in a situation like this.
By now, HR pros have no doubt heard about how President Obama issued yet another Executive Order geared toward improving labor practices and workers’ rights. Now the real question is: Just how much is this likely to impact HR’s administrative …
As much of a burden as COBRA benefits administration can be, HR pros are generally required to extend these benefits to terminated workers because termination is a qualifying event. But like all rules, there are exceptions.
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