Startups know they need to invest in their baby companies but they also need to invest in their employees. Many startups fail because of the internal and external costs of mishandling the first company employees.
Settling gender, race, national origin, homosexuality, retaliation, and hostile workplace allegations confidentially is still a tax deductible event. BUT, Sexual harassment settlements are no longer tax deductible!
Employers are alarmed by the recent raid of 7-11 stores throughout the US and wondering what those raids mean for businesses today. The clash of business interests and immigration policy makes employers nervous and wonder what steps can be taken to ensure their businesses are safe.
Employers are required to create an incident reporting system. Rather than just hiring a third party to perform this function, employers should determine the rules procedures that best suite their organization before any such system is instituted.
One of the most frequent concerns that employers have involves terminating employment without backup documentation. Employers are right to have concerns about this and this article talks through the issues and some resolutions.
Employers must grapple with modern expectations as well as productivity and safety issues when setting expectations for workplace texting. This article explores some of the considerations employers must make when determining a workplace texting policy.