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Seven Things to Check if Checking Employee Temperatures

Seven Things to Check if Checking Employee Temperatures

Am I allowed to take employee temperatures at work?  The short answer is yes…for now. The EEOC has always maintained in guidance that employers could only take an employee’s temperature if doing so was “job-related and consistent with business necessity.” But now that we are in a […]

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Challenges for Company Parties

Year-end holidays are upon us and with them come some challenges for employers. Happy Christmahanakwanzaka Employers, in their effort not to offend those who have differing beliefs, sometimes struggle with how to embrace year-end holidays.  A generic “Happy Holidays” or “Seasons Greetings” is a common and safe […]

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How to Right Size Your Company for Any Economic Climate

Concerns about an economic downturn are building. As such, you need to make sure your business is prepared. In fact, these preparations are to-dos you should be doing to keep your business nimble regardless of economic conditions. If your business is agile in terms of both your […]

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Employee Training

Training is an integral part of ensuring employees perform their jobs correctly, efficiently, and safely. Sometimes it can be confusing what training MUST be conducted versus what is RECOMMENDED. Certain states may impose specific training requirements. For example, California requires employers to conduct very specific training for […]

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Pros & Cons of 360 Feedback

For many years, 360 degree reviews have been popular for providing individuals with feedback on performance from multiple sources – colleagues, customers, direct supervisors, etc. While most companies still provide performance reviews in the traditional manner, it’s important for a company to understand the pros and cons […]

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New Hire Reporting

The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA) (opens in a new window), commonly known as “New Hire Reporting,” is the reporting of basic information on newly hired and rehired employees. Federal regulations require employers to report this information within 20 days of hire, […]

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Respect, Recognize and Appreciate Employees

Is it important to recognize employees? I mean, why should they be recognized for doing their job? Afterall, that’s what they’re getting paid to do – right? While it’s true that employees are doing what they are paid to do, recognizing them for doing just that goes […]

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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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