Seven Steps to Take If an Employee Is Injured on the Job

As an employer, you are responsible for the safety of everyone that works at your company. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), sets the standards that you are expected to follow to ensure your business is a safe environment. No matter what type of business you have, there’s always the possibility that someone can … Read more

Eight Reasons to Fire an Employee

As an employer, it’s your responsibility to handle tough employees, confront team members who aren’t pulling their weight, and reprimand employees about workplace issues. Maybe you hired someone who aced the interview, but when they started working, you saw things about them that were negatively affecting the culture of the company. If investing time, effort, … Read more

The Department of Labor Has Issued a New Overtime Rule

After a long review process, The Department of Labor (DOL) has issued a final overtime rule that will take effect on January 1, 2020. This final rule is likely to increase the number of workers who are eligible for overtime. A news release summarizes the main points of the federal overtime law, which has not … Read more

What Employers Should Know about Veteran Job Seekers

While the recruitment of veterans may seem to be a simple matter, given that tracking software typically highlights veteran status, there are signs that veterans can face difficulty finding employment simply for being veterans. One cause of this difficulty has been highlighted as a belief on the part of employers that veterans lack certain highly … Read more

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