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Employment Law

Maintaining a Safe Workplace

Your employees deserve a safe working environment--and the government requires it. Here's how to do it.
October 23, 2002 in Employment Law

The Rules of FMLA Leave

The lowdown on when and how employees are permitted intermittent leave
September 23, 2002 in Employment Law

Avoid Discrimination in Hiring Practices

Even if you're just trying to even out gender ratios on your staff, this practice can get you into hot water.
August 26, 2002 in Employment Law

Guidelines on Overtime, Holiday Pay and Paid Days Off

When overtime is the norm for your employees, how do you determine what to pay for holidays and paid time off?
July 22, 2002 in Employment Law

Proper Payroll When an Employee Leaves

How soon are you required to pay a former employee's wages?
June 24, 2002 in Employment Law

How to Comply With Workers' Comp Laws

Determine if your small business really needs it--and then start doing some research.
May 27, 2002 in Employment Law

The Requirements of FMLA Compliance

Avoid legal problems by providing employees with the leave they're entitled to.
April 22, 2002 in Employment Law

The Rules of Overtime

Stay out of legal hot water by following these guidelines on overtime.
March 25, 2002 in Employment Law

Value System

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You have to accommodate employees' "sincerely held" beliefs, religious or not.
March 1, 2002 in Employment Law

Legal Implications of Wage Withholding

Just when can you withhold money from an employee's paycheck?
February 25, 2002 in Employment Law

Fire Fight

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U.S. workers are complaining about immigrant labor--this time, it's technology layoffs.
February 1, 2002 in Employment Law

The Steps to Starting a U.S. Business

Even if you're a foreign national, you can still start a U.S. business. Here's how.
January 28, 2002 in Employment Law

Classifying Workers Correctly

Make sure you're legal by understanding the difference between independent contractors and employees.
December 24, 2001 in Employment Law

Rehiring Laid-Off Employees

What are the legal implications?
November 26, 2001 in Employment Law

Off the Records

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When it comes to what's in your employees' medical records, keep your questions to yourself. The less you know, the better.
November 1, 2001 in Employment Law

Keep Mail-Handling Employees Safe

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Even if you don't think your business is a potential anthrax target, your employees' safety is still your top priority.
October 30, 2001 in Employment Law

Do I Need a Sexual Harassment Policy?

It's not a legal requirement, but that doesn't make it any less of a good idea.
October 22, 2001 in Employment Law

What Goes Around . . .

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Making promises to employees and then giving them the boot? They'll be back--carrying lawsuits that could damage your company.
October 1, 2001 in Employment Law

Stay-In Contract

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Drawing up employment contracts can help retain key employees and protect your trade secrets-but beware of the drawbacks.
August 1, 2001 in Employment Law

Business Visa Basics

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Immigration law and how it applies to you and your new business
May 28, 2001 in Employment Law

Crime And A Half

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Learn what the Fair Labor Standards Act says about wages and overtime-and avoid breaking the law.
February 1, 2001 in Employment Law

Game Over?

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Weekend get-togethers, mandatory participation--boy, your workplace fun is starting to seem like . . . work.
February 1, 2001 in Employment Law

Statute Of Liberty

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What to do with your debilitatingly fatigued, your pregnant, your deathly ill yearning to be free from work for 12 weeks
January 1, 2001 in Employment Law

Know Your Employer Rights

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How much does the Americans With Disabilities Act protect?
November 6, 2000 in Employment Law

Let's Get Personnel

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Guidelines for creating personnel policies and standards
November 1, 2000 in Employment Law

Firing Problem Employees

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Let go of employees tactfully and legally
October 2, 2000 in Employment Law
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