March 20th, 2020

If you are an employer who has questions about laying off immigrant workers, look no further. The following fact sheet provides a detailed explanation of the law as it relates to immigrants and their eligibility for unemployment compensation.

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March 18th, 2020

“Can we eat ice cream all the time?” I asked my mother as a child.  The idea sounded as blissful to my childish ears as the fantasy of working from home has to my adult ones.  I have often dreamed about working from home – in a nice sunny spot with my coffee, my cat and my fuzzy slippers; a fantasy escape while sitting in rush hour traffic or listening to my stomach growl through a meeting.  However, as I now know, ice cream all the time has its downside, and working from home is…

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December 16th, 2019

IntroductionWhen a major incident of workplace violence occurs, the incident is heavily covered by the news. Because news outlets typically cover only the most disastrous of events (often involving homicide), employers and HR professionals tend to slip into the fallacy of believing that workplace violence incidents are few and far between. Many think that a violent incident would NEVER occur in their own organization, so no significant action on their part is required to avoid it……

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October 10th, 2019

You’ve got the signed offer letter so that means your newest hire is a done deal, right? Not so fast! Managers and supervisors often fail to recognize that even after a candidate has accepted a job offer, they are still deciding whether they want to work for that company or not. Jobseekers have a myriad of options to choose from in today’s job market, especially given the low rate of unemployment, making it even more important that companies make new employees feel connected from the…

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March 7th, 2019

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