Best practices for interviewing applicants for a job to avoid lawsuits

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Hiring the right talent for your business is important, but conducting interviews appropriately to comply with state and federal laws is crucial. There are laws that are enforced by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to protect applicants for any potential adverse effects that may occur during and after an interview, regardless of whether … Read more

Employee Training and What is Required

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Being responsible for the safety and well-being of your employees as well as your business is a big responsibility. Implementing a training program for managers and employees will help reduce mistakes, improve production, and create a healthy work environment. Here I will discuss the training that is required by law as well as training that … Read more

OSHA Records and Recording

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The occupational safety and health administration (OSHA) requires certain employers to keep records to identify hazardous areas, inform employees the status of the workplace safety and health, and provide data for a nationwide survey of occupational injuries and illnesses. The records are also reviewed during every OSHA consultation visit and workplace inspection. Some industries in … Read more

6 Free Employee Benefits that Won’t Cost Your Company Anything

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Employee benefits like health insurance, paid time off, and retirement plans cost the company money but are attractive to potential employees. A small business on a budget can offer benefits to employees that will increase their work-life balance, making them feel loved and nurtured without realizing that it didn’t cost you anything. Below are 6 … Read more

6 Types of Personnel Files You Need and Who Can Have Access

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Personal information about employees must be protected in a locked filing cabinet, but the security doesn’t stop there. Housing different information in different types of employee files will protect against managers, supervisors, or other authorized staff members accidentally gaining access to sensitive information. Below are the 6 types of files you should keep and a … Read more

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