New Proposed OSHA Rule Could Increase Audits And Fines On Employers - Prepare Now
OSHA announced a proposed rule, which would require employers to report any illnesses and injuries electronically. Learn about this reporting proposal. Read More
'Tis The Season For Depression - What Solutions Are Available To Employers?
Depression is the leading cause of disability. What do you need to know about depression in the workplace, especially during the holiday season? Read More
Should Employees Know What Other Employees Make?
A recent poll asked readers if employees should know how much everyone in their organization is paid. Read the results of the poll, and learn what the NLRA says about coworkers discussing their salaries. Read More
Getting Abused By Overtime Fraud? Stop It With Simple Controls Before It Cripples Your Budgets
Federal agency's overtime abuse costs the U.S. government $8.7 million. We explain why it happens and how you can stop it with some simple controls before it controls you. Read More
Internet Slackers In Your Workplace? Monitoring Software Counters Slackers, But Does It Increase Liability?
Employee misuse of employer web access means lost productivity and increased liability. Read how software programs can policies to reduce risk. Read More
Tis' The Season For Seasonal Employees And Seasonal Employment Risks
Recent survey shows U.S. employers will be hiring more seasonal, hourly workers this year. Learn how to avoid seasonal worker risks. Read More