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Responding to an Employee’s Arrest

While an arrest may lead to a charge or conviction, it is not the same. An arrest does not prove that one’s conduct was criminal in nature. An individual is innocent until proven guilty. However, the act of the arrest itself should be investigated to determine what, […]

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Scheduling Options

In today’s workforce, employees are looking for scheduling options that help them balance their work and their home life. There are several options that may work well for your organization, and at the same time help employees achieve this balance. Let’s check out some of these options… […]

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Supervisor’s Personal Liability

Personal liability is when you can be personally held accountable for a civil action. In other words, if a claim is brought against your employer, you as a supervisor or manager can also be named in that claim and be required to pay a monetary award to […]

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Employee’s Life Off the Clock

Is an employee’s time off-the-clock any business of their employer? Possibly. There can be a fine line between respecting an employee’s private time, while trying to keep the reputation and integrity of the company in check. The question then becomes, when is this line crossed? Employees need […]

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No Match Letters

In late 2018, the Social Security Administration (SSA) announced they would resume issuing their “No Match Letter” in the Spring of 2019. The purpose of the letter is to advise employers that corrections are needed in order for them to properly post an employee’s wage earnings. So, […]

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E-Verify

What is E-Verify? E-Verify is a free, web-based program that allows employers to verify an employees’ eligibility to work in the United States. The program is operated in partnership by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration […]

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Form I-9 Acceptable Documents – List B & C

All employers must complete and retain Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, for every person they hire for employment after Nov. 6, 1986, in the U.S. as long as the person works for pay or other type of payment. Employees must provide documentation to their employers to show […]

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Form I-9 Acceptable Documents – List A

All employers must complete and retain Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, for every person they hire for employment after Nov. 6, 1986, in the U.S. as long as the person works for pay or other type of payment. Employees must provide documentation to their employers to show […]

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Military Leave Under the Family & Medical Leave Act

Most employers are very familiar with the Family and Medical Leave Act’s (FMLA) requirement to provide up to 12 weeks of leave for an employee’s serious health condition or that of the employee’s child spouse or parent. However they frequently forget the provisions extended to Military servicemembers […]

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Preparing for 2019…HR “To Do List”

As 2018 draws to a close, now is a good time to make sure we have all of our HR “must dos” on our calendars for the New Year. Here’s a handy chart that lists some of the major things you’ll need to do in 2019: JANUARY […]

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