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HR

How to Identify Your Culture

 

To identify your culture, examine your rules and traditions, and note what kinds of behaviors and employee interactions they result in. For example, if you have a dress code,...

June 6, 2018

HR

Accommodating Pregnant Employees

 

Let’s imagine a situation. Veronica, who’s been on the job for only four months, informs her employer that she’s pregnant. She requests light duty and asks if temporary leave is...

May 30, 2018

HR

Flexible Schedules, Dress Codes, Vacations and Work outings

 

As an employer, it seems that the appearance of firework advertisements and white clothing bring along with it a reminder for companies large and small: the onset of the summer...

May 23, 2018

HR

Working With Summer Scheduling Challenges

 

With summer underway employees have more scheduling challenges than usual. Vacations, summertime child care concerns, and the desire to take advantage of nice weather with an...

May 17, 2018

HR

How To Determine Whether an Employee is Eligible for FMLA

 

We were recently asked "We have over 50 employees, so I know the FMLA applies to us, but how do I determine whether an employee is eligible? And what do I do if they are?" The...

May 9, 2018

HR

Why Courts, States, and Employers Are Focusing on Pay Equity

 

The federal Equal Pay Act went into effect in 1963, but it hasn’t brought an end to pay disparities between men and women. Neither have state laws with the same...
May 2, 2018

Management

PaySphere - Compliance Update FLSA Amended to Allow Tip Pooling if No Tip Credit is Taken

 

The rules around tip pooling have been mired in litigation since 2011, when regulations came into effect that forbid tip pooling between employees who customarily...

April 25, 2018

HR

How Conducting Exit Interviews Can Help You Increase Retention

 

The exit interview is a conversation with a departing employee about their time at the company and the reason for their departure. It’s completely optional, but some...
April 18, 2018

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