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As an employer, it’s important to understand both your and your employees’ rights before developing policies or taking action on political expression. … Read more
In its second annual National Small Business Compliance Pulse Survey, ComplyRight surveyed owners/CEOs and others involved with employment laws and HR responsibilities … Read more
In its inaugural National Small Business Compliance Pulse Survey, ComplyRight surveyed 300 small business employers (with five to 100 employees) to determine … Read more
Running a small business is both exciting and rewarding. But keeping up with all the latest employment laws can be complicated. The … Read more
Discover how 440 small- business employers keep abreast of changing employment laws, including notifications from government agencies like the DOL and OSHA. … Read more
Running a business can be a high-stakes game, especially when it comes to recruiting, hiring and managing employees. With nearly every employment … Read more
A self-audit can go a long way toward minimizing fines and risks of liability for immigration law violations. Use this I-9 self-audit … Read more
Many small businesses wrongly assume that certain employment laws only apply to “big” companies. Don’t make this costly mistake! Even if you … Read more
Done right, interviewing helps you determine if a candidate is a good fit for your business. Yet many business owners and managers … Read more
Most entrepreneurs reach a point when, even with the help of freelancers or outside contractors, they have more business than they can … Read more
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After screening multiple resumes and interviewing a handful of candidates, you’ve narrowed down your next new hire. Reaching out to the candidate … Read more
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month – a time to celebrate the skills, talents and contributions of workers with disabilities, as well as … Read more
You want to hire the best, most qualified applicant for the job. What you DON’T want to do is ask questions that … Read more
As anticipated, the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) released an updated Form I-9 on July 17, 2017. The changes themselves may … Read more
In the continued move among states to eliminate criminal background questions on job applications, California recently passed legislation that will affect the … Read more
The penalty for hiring illegal immigrants is now even more serious for U.S. businesses. Under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of … Read more
As expected, the list of states to “ban the box” on job applications is growing. On June 1, 2016, Connecticut became the … Read more
You can educate and train employees on certain skills, but you can’t teach a good attitude – which is why employers often … Read more
Is your company hiring in 2016? Whether you’re expanding your workforce to meet growing demand – or filling a few positions to … Read more
Getting hired in today’s temperamental job market can be challenging. But for the 1 in 3 American adults with a criminal arrest … Read more
If your idea of welcoming a new employee to the company consists of piles of paperwork and a basic training video, you … Read more
Once you’ve created a job listing you’re happy with, it’s time to review the listing with a fine-tooth comb for any discriminatory … Read more
While you may have started your business alone, chances are that you’ll eventually want to hire other employees to help. But before … Read more
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