OSHA is pushing more information to Hispanics aboutand their rights as whistle-blowers on your company's safety violations.
OSHA recently added new sections to its Web site, including a Hispanic Employers and Workers section on its compliance page, www.osha.gov/dcsp/ compliance_assistance, that include Spanish-language advice for employees.
- How to Fire an Employee the Legal Way: 6 Termination Guidelines
- 10 Secrets to an Effective Performance Review
- Don't court lawsuit by allowing early clock-ins
- After worker complains of bias, beware even small job changes--such as less overtime
- Ensure handbook doesn't make FMLA promises you can't keep
- Play ball! But prevent legal risks at company activities