Tip of the Week: Best HR Practices for 2011

Employers, especially small and mid-sized companies, need to stay in compliance to flourish in the New Year. By knowing the business-critical HR practices that can help, employers can take the big first step toward staying in compliance. Five Hot Areas Employers Must...

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Tip of the Week: 5 Tips on Working with Remote Workers

Hiring remote workers has grown more common and can provide significant benefits for many businesses. Understanding how to manage your employees during this workforce trend is crucial in maintaining top talent and keeping your business competitive. 5 Tips on Working...

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Tip of the Week: English Language in the Workplace

While many employers have implemented English-only workplace policies, employers need to apply their rules appropriately in ways that avoid unfair discrimination claims. Tennessee has enacted a new state law authorizing employers to impose an English-only workplace...

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Tip of the Week: Employees vs. Interns

Many businesses consider having an intern due to budgetary concerns in hiring an employee. However, an intern is not free labor. An internship must be a learning experience for the benefit of the intern and not the employer. Are interns entitled to benefits under...

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Tip of the Week: 5 Key Elements in a Job Offer Letter

A job offer letter should try to contain the right combination of professionalism, optimism, information and, of course, relevant disclaimers. Court cases such as Williams v. Computer Resources, Inc., 851 P.2d 967 (Idaho 1993) show the importance of proper wording in...

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Tip of the Week: Top Ten I-9 Tips

Business owners should be proactive in confirming work eligibility before hiring a new employee. Compared to dealing with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, internally addressing issues right up front is a lot easier. The Form I-9 is the form used to verify that an...

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Tip of the Week: Hot HR Topics for 2010

Do you need to know the most important employment legislation, HR case laws, workplace trends, and major employee issues anticipated for 2010 and how they affect employers? In this month’s HRCast, a recording provided by our team of HR Pros and available exclusively...

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Tip of the Week: Preparing for Pandemic Illness at Work

During this flu season, especially with H1N1 in mind, many employers are concerned with how to properly prepare for potential pandemic illness debilitating their employees and their business. There are three important areas employers must consider when preparing their...

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Tip of the Week: Forewarning about Mini-WARNs

Most employers are familiar with the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act. Because of the minimum employee levels, sporadic enforcement, and relatively mild penalties, many employers have not concerned themselves with it. Do you know what sets...

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