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You’d think wanting your work force to look healthy and in reasonable shape would be good for business, especially if your employees work face to face with customers or clients. Not necessarily, if a recent court case is any indication.
Issue: Ordinary property-loss insurance may not protect you against cyber-terrorism.

Risk: Financial ruin, if you lose trade secrets or your credibility with customers is damaged.

Action: Talk to your broker about cyber-insurance.
If your company has policies on job transfers or resignations (and it should), make sure they are clearly articulated and strictly followed by managers ...
In spite of growing scrutiny from courts and regulators, most employers still do a poor job of managing e-mail business records and preparing for the likelihood ...
The best managers spend more time listening and asking questions than they do talking and giving answers. Are you asking your people the right questions? Take this multiple-choice quiz and find out:
Half of the human resource professionals polled recently say they've approved Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requests that they believed were not legitimate. They felt obligated to grant the leave ...
Don't expect a job title to help you, or a court, determine an employee's exempt or nonexempt status under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). A manager in name only doesn't ...
When it comes to discrimination affecting your company's hiring and firing decisions, what you don't know can hurt you. That's why it's important to reiterate ...
Don't let your guard down when interviewing someone who doesn't appear to suffer from a disability. If you ask an illegal question, anyone can hit you with ...
How often do you review each worker? Once a year 66%, Twice a year 19, Quarterly 10, Never 3, As necessary 2. Source: OfficeTeam 2002 survey of 150 companies
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