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Federal Wage Regulations Bring More Red Tape
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Federal Wage Regulations Bring More Red Tape

A new rule that kicks in today asks employers of tipped workers to do more paperwork or face the loss of a key credit.
Three Trends Affecting Your Employees in 2011
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Three Trends Affecting Your Employees in 2011

From health care reform to policies and training, use this checklist to manage your team.
How to Limit Litigation Risks During Layoffs
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How to Limit Litigation Risks During Layoffs

Guidelines to reduce your exposure to 'disparate impact' claims
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Employee or Independent Contractor: Watch Your Classifications

Compliance with the rules governing worker classifications can save you a lot of trouble down the road.
Will the Fed Favor Unions?
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Will the Fed Favor Unions?

New NLRB appointments may favor union activities. Here's what you can do to avoid being blindsided.
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Entrepreneurship Advice for the Class of 2010

Lessons from the trenches for today's college grad
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Is Your Social Media Policy Clear?

Don't let employees' online activities put your company at risk.
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The Compliance Conundrum

Drowning in red tape? Talk to an HR expert.
Employment Law

5 Ways to Protect Yourself During Layoffs

Implementing structured hiring, training and review processes can prevent a lawsuit.
Protect Yourself Against Common Discrimination Mistakes
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Protect Yourself Against Common Discrimination Mistakes

These 20 hiring and firing errors--and the suggestions for avoiding them--should help you steer clear of discrimination lawsuits.
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Employee or Independent Contractor?

Here's how to determine which type of worker you have and whether you're liable for their actions.
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Creating a No-Spouse Rule

Can you keep spouses from working together?
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Preventing Workplace Accidents

...but employees can help prevent them.
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How Does the EEOC Fare in the Discrimination Wars?

The EEOC just passed a milestone, but we're still striving for workplace equality.
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Office Romances Could Be Bad for Business

One person's promotion is another's harassment claim.
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