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Hundreds of HR professionals descended on Bellagio in Las Vegas from March 29 to 31 to soak up employment law advice from more than two dozen of America’s finest employment lawyers at the 13th annual Labor & Employment Law Advanced Practices (LEAP) Symposium. Here are 17 pearls of wisdom from this year’s LEAP presenters. (Note: You can register for next year’s event at www.LEAP2018.com.)


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Complying with the alphabet soup of employment laws takes a big portion of HR’s day. And compliance will get even harder in 2017. How well do you know employment law? Take this quick quiz …

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Employee legal complaints against their employers have spiked in the past decade. For HR professionals, one small misstep—by themselves or a supervisor—can cost an organization dearly in time, energy and legal costs. Here are the six most important legal mistakes that HR professionals need to protect against …

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Here’s your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

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Here’s your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

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Here’s your monthly quiz on HR news and trends.

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The American workplace has had 10 days to absorb the most surprising presidential election in our lifetimes. Since then, the full range of human emotion, from grief to glee, has played out in offices, shops and warehouses—a volatile mix that caused arguments and some violence among co-workers. Here are four things that any supervisor or HR professional should remember when facing a highly charged emotional issue in the workplace …

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This summer, baseball’s historical cellar-dwelling team, the Chicago Cubs, are having a season for the ages, led by their guru/mad scientist manager Joe Maddon. HR professionals and front-line bosses face many of the same challenges as baseball managers in putting a successful team on the field. Here are six things you can learn from Maddon and the Cubs … 

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