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Developing Human Capital to Gain an Edge in Today’s Labor Market

By Herby Duverne, President & CEO,  The Windwalker Group American companies spend $160 billion annually on employee training…

Human Resources

DOL Issues Proposed Rule on Independent Contractors

The US Department of Labor (DOL) proposes to rescind a rule proposed last year and replace it with…

Human Resources

Family Leave Rates to Drop in 2023

The Massachusetts Department of Family of Medical Leave (DFML) recently announced that its rates will decrease in 2023…

Human Resources

Ask the Hotline – Time Off to Vote

Question Does our company have to give time off to vote, and if so, does the time have…

Human Resources

NLRB Expands Worker Protection

The policy swings of the National Labor Relations Board continued with two recent events. On September 6, the…

Human Resources

Ask the Hotline: Holiday Pay and Permits

Question Our retail business is planning to open on both Columbus Day and Veterans Day this year. My…

Human Resources

Ask the Hotline | Volunteer Firefighter is Late for Work

Question An employee called this morning to say he would be late to work because he was serving…

Workforce

Should we treat our employees like we treat our clients?

by Punam Rogers – Attorney; Constangy Yes. Here’s why- All employers invest time, energy, money in marketing strategies…

When the Unthinkable Happens | Administrative Matters Following the Death of an Employee

The death of an employee causes terrible shock and sadness in the workplace. The employer will be tasked…

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