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Court Sets Aside Parties’ Intent in Finding That Worker Is an Independent Contractor

Here's how an Illinois employer incorrectly classified a worker as an independent contractor — and how employers should carefully examine appropriate tests to determine how to classify a worker.

90% of Americans Can Go Maskless Indoors, According to Newest CDC Guidance

Healthy Americans are safe to go maskless in places where transmission and hospitalizations are low.

How to Protect Your Business From Potential Russian Cyberattacks

Potential Russian cyberattacks highlight the importance of cybersecurity for businesses and HR.

Communicating With Your Employees About the 2022 Russian Invasion of Ukraine

During times of trouble, it can be difficult to know how world events are taking their toll on your employees.  We've put together a few resources to help you navigate the current conflict.

Data Reveals Greenest City in the U.S. for Workers and Small Businesses is San Francisco

Several US Cities made our list of top greenest places for workers and small businesses, but the top spot was taken by San Francisco.

What is the CROWN Act?

The CROWN Act protects against discrimination based on hairstyles. Find out how to remain compliant.

NLRB and DOL Going After Worker Misclassification

With both federal and state agencies cracking down on worker misclassification, here's what you need to know to be compliant.

New York Broadens Protection for Whistleblowers

New York whistleblowers now have more protections under an updated law. Find out how this impacts your business.

Can Workers File a Lawsuit if They Get COVID-19 on the Job?

Employers may be at risk for lawsuits from employees who contract COVID-19 at work.

DOL Expands Rules on Penalties for Employers Who Keep Employees’ Tips

If you're in the service industry, there are important things you need to know about employee tips.

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