Takeaways From an Earlier Generation’s Labor Management Strategies

This blog post is designed to provide some fresh ideas for managing your workforce by sharing stories I have learned from my father over the years. It is a bittersweet time to write this. My father is 95 years old, in a long-term healthcare facility, and is just now starting to show his age. A …

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Do Your Front-Line Supervisors Understand the FMLA or ADA?

If They Don’t, You Are Risking a Lawsuit. Most human resource professionals can tell you all about the FMLA’s leave requirements, when they are triggered and what documentation is needed. Similarly, they could talk for hours about the ADA’s accommodation requirements, what makes an accommodation reasonable or unreasonable and the importance of the interactive process. …

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The Duty to Preserve Documents and Data When on Notice of Litigation or Threatened Litigation

When an employer receives notice of a lawsuit or a threat of a lawsuit, the employer has a duty to preserve records, including personnel, employment and any other records that may relate to the matter. Courts will assess sanctions against an employer when it determines that the employer failed to preserve information that was in …

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What Should a Hybrid and Remote Work Policy Contain?

The traditional office environment is transforming. While necessity led to office employees performing their work remotely during the pandemic, long-standing perceptions of working in a traditional office setting have shifted, and many employees now highly desire or expect flexible working arrangements for themselves. These arrangements can come in the form of a fully remote work …

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