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How to Prevent an EEOC Investigation

EEOC investigations are best avoided, making the prevention of claims a desirable strategy.

How to Investigate a Claim of Sexual Harassment

A respectful, professional culture does not tolerate sexual harassment. It’s critically important to investigate and resolve the charge immediately.

What Makes a Strong Retaliation Case?

What makes a strong retaliation case is evidence an employee collects about their claim and whether or not they can confirm 3 facts.

HR and Culture: Blunders vs. Best Practices

Learn about some recent HR and culture blunders that companies have made, and the best practices they could have implemented instead.

401(k) Audits: What You Need to Know

Learn about 401(k) audits, including what they are, who must conduct them (and when), what they involve, and how to prepare for one.

How to Create Physical Requirements Sheets for Every Position in Your Company

Physical (or Occupational) Demand Sheets reflect the bodily and mental capacity necessary to perform the position's essential functions.

Is Your Permalancer Actually an Employee?

Things get legally tricky when it comes to freelancers and independent contractors. Here’s what you need to know to stay compliant with the law.

Illinois, Massachusetts, Miami Beach Employers Face Hair Discrimination Bans

The states of Illinois and Massachusetts and the city of Miami Beach have approved their own versions of the CROWN Act.

Handling Sexual Harassment Allegations with Remote Teams

The efforts of HR, employers, and employees collectively can slow the instance of digital sexual harassment and keep the company afloat with excellent moral standards and failsafe methods of prevention, reporting, and investigation.

Payroll Challenges to Overcome in 2023 and Beyond

As an employer, it’s vital to know what payroll issues may be in store for 2023 and the foreseeable future so that you can get ahead of them.

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