Opinion

Rely On Documentation, Not Memory, To Defend Against Wage And Hour Claims

An employer loses a wage and hour lawsuit in the face in inadequate documentation. Learn about the risk.
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"Tap On The Shoulder" Pay And Promotion Practices Create Unnecessary Liability Risks

Even facially-neutral pay and promotion practices must be checked for possible disparate impacts. We examine.
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Why Asking For Input And Proactive Listening Can Make For Better Leadership

Managers who proactively listen to employees' needs and take action to meet them will have more successful teams. We examine.
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Articles

The Information Necessary For Educators To Become Effective Mandatory Reporters

A substitute teacher was arrested on allegations of sexual misconduct with children. We examine the facts.
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Hand Sanitizer And Other Risks For Eye Health

A study found that a common substance has caused a rise in eye injuries in children. We examine the facts.
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Is The 9-To-5 Workday Dead? You Make The Call

A U.S. software company has discontinued the traditional workday hours, offering flexible schedules that allow employees to work from home. Do you think the 9-to-5 workday is out of date? You make the call.
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After A Report Of Child Abuse, Organizations Should Review Their Policies And Practices: Why Victims Don't Report

A deacon is arrested for sexual abuse of a minor 20 years ago. Read why children may not report abuse and why safe adults must intervene.
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