Letting loose in office holiday parties can land both employees and employers in serious legal trouble. Office parties no matter where and when they are held, are still what they are. An official event.
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Is Tide Turning on Sexual Harassment?

  • Monday, 23 October 2017 09:21
Harvey Weinstein, Bill O'Reilly, Bill Cosby. Women are stepping forward in numbers and rich, powerful celebrities who harass them are paying the price. Is the tide turning to end sexual harassment in the American workplace? 
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A Maryland worker who opened fire at his employer's place of business had a history of workplace violence and a long criminal record, according to published reports.
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Don't Let Bad Hires Burn Your Resources

  • Monday, 09 October 2017 10:16
Candidates can be great interviewees but not necessarily great workers. Prevent candidates from schmoozing their way into an ultimately ill-fitting job by using interview techniques to uncover behaviors that predict poor job performance.
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Employees using medical marijuana have started prevailing in anti-discrimination lawsuits in 2017, a disconcerting trend for employers with strict zero tolerance policies regarding marijuana use.
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It's an unfortunate fact that Active Shooter Preparedness remains one of our most in-demand training events. Our next class was already on the schedule when the mind-boggling Las Vegas massacre occurred. It was poor judgment to market the event while
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Pay attention or pay up if OSHA tells you to address workplace violence.
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