Are employees passing colds and the flu around your workplace? This seems to be a perpetual problem during this time of year. In response to this, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) offers the … Continue reading →
Holiday parties abound in December as companies acknowledge the contributions their employees have made during the year. However, these good tidings come with the potential to create huge areas of liability for your company.
In most … Continue reading →
Requiring employees to provide a doctor’s note in order to qualify for paid sick leave has become a practice among a number of employers in recent years. But companies should exercise care in administering this … Continue reading →
Maintaining personnel files consumes not only time, but also valuable “real estate” in our file cabinets. Because of this, many companies are tempted to combine all records for terminated employees into one file. Unfortunately, that … Continue reading →
Most employers consider a well-trained workforce to be their greatest asset. In order to maintain employee skills, companies may provide opportunities for individuals to attend training programs. Similarly, they may ask employees to attend company … Continue reading →
DID YOU MISS THE DATE? – It’s not too late!
NOTICE OF EXCHANGES
The Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) required all employers to notify all employees by October 1 of the health insurance exchanges that will begin open enrollment … Continue reading →