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Bullying Is Bad, But Are Anti-Bullying Laws Worse?

Jack McCalmon

The Governor of Puerto Rico vetoes the legislature's latest attempt to pass an anti-bullying law. If bullying laws are politically popular, Jack McCalmon, Esq. explains why bullying laws are losing steam. Read more...

 

"Out-Of-The-Box" Leadership Is No Excuse For Ignoring Boundaries

 

When a CEO violates employment laws, the entire organization looks bad. Harassment must be stopped sooner, rather than later, to limit damage. Read more...

 

Is E-Verify A Substitute For I-9? What Employers Need To Know About Immigration Discrimination Laws

 

More than 1.5 million employers use E-Verify. Read on to learn about some of the risks with E-Verify. Read more...

 

Where Did Our Profits Go? The Numbers And Some Answers About Employee Theft

 

Survey reveals only 14 percent of organizations recover money lost from theft and fraud. Do you have a strategy to prevent, discover, and recover your losses? Read more...

 

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Is Your Workforce Connected? If So You May Have An Overtime Issue

Survey reveals checking emails after work hours is a common practice among Millennial employees. Learn how this can leave employers at risk for FLSA violations.

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Is The HR Budget Drought Over? What New Systems Is HR Considering?

New survey reflects an increase in HR development. Read what organizations are doing to improve the way they manage employee information.

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Are U.S. Discrimination Laws Too Broad?

We wanted to know if our readers think discrimination laws have become too broad. Learn their answers and learn about discrimination laws.

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Which Is More Productive - Tablet Or Laptop? But What About Security?

Survey shows productivity increases with tablet use. Productivity increases, but what about security?

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