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Feb
13
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has seen many delays and false-starts but it appears the final regulations have finally been decided, at least for the Employer Shared Responsibility portion. This past Monday the U.S. Treasury Department issued a Fact Sheet and F…
Feb
12
When former Missouri defensive lineman and SEC Defensive Player of the Year, Michael Sam “came out of the closet” recently, the majority of the talk has been about how the NFL is not ready for an openly gay player to enter the league. However, I th…
Feb
6
Accommodating a disabled employee under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may seem to be a daunting task. While you want to enable an employee to perform their job, you also want to avoid excessive spending or inconvenience for the company and other em…
Feb
4
Your ability to perform credit checks on employees is coming under fire. Ten states, including Connecticut and Vermont, already have limits on an employers’ ability to use credit information in employment decisions. Soon the Equal Employment Opportunity …
Jan
31
When you were in elementary school you may have exchanged Valentines with each of your classmates. Then it was perfectly acceptable to give everyone a little box of candy and a card that said “Be Mine!” But the workplace is a completely different p…
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