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Ask Leslie: Is Our Local Water Board Covered By The Family And Medical Leave Act?

Leslie Zieren

A small government agency asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. if it is subject to the FMLA. Learn about FMLA coverage. Read more...

 

Mail Identity Theft: The Forgotten Fraud That Can Lead To Cyber Theft

 

Keeping your mail secure can keep it out of the hands of identity thieves who can use the information to go online and create new identities. We examine. Read more...

 

Ask Leslie: Do I Have To Notify Rejected Applicants That They Were Rejected?

Leslie Zieren

An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. if there is any legal requirement to notify rejected applicants of their rejections. Read more...

 

Forcing An Employee To Quit: Why It Is Neither Good Management Nor Loss Prevention

Kirstin Heffner

Taking steps to get an employee to quit is not a loss prevention strategy. Kirstin Heffner discusses what managers and supervisors should be doing instead. Read more...

 

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