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TN – A drug-free workplace program is good

This blog was written by William S. Rutchow at Ogletree Deakins, author of our Model Policies and Forms for Tennessee Employers. Ogletree also authors our Massachusetts Human Resources Manual, Colorado Human Resources Manual, and Employee Benefits – An Employer...

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The #1 office perk is . . . ?

  1. Natural light
  2. Natty Light
  3. Spam Lite
  4. Lite-Brite
  5. Blinded by the Light

Any answer except #1, read more

List 10 Up: Top tips for starting a workplace incident interview

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Workplace investigations can either stall out without any clear answer, or instead succeed and lead to a conclusion, depending on the effectiveness of the interviews. However, many people conducting interviews...

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Is that red light flashing?

This blog was written by Zoe Argento and Julia Arnold at Littler Mendelson, which authors our Model Policies and Forms for Maine Employers. You can find the original post and their read more

Round up stew: sick leave, harassment, non-compete, etc.

This blog was written by Shennan Harris at Squire Patton Boggs. Shennan is a co-author of our Wages and Hours – An Employer's Guide. You can find the read more

Identifying trade secrets does not mean figuring out how to barter better

This blog was written by Emma Schuering and Eric Packel at Polsinelli. Polsinelli authors hrsimple resources in Missouri, Kansas and Illinois. You can find the read more

Milk Stork delivers for working mom's and their baby

If you are in the practice of sending employees on overnight business trips AND you employ new mothers AND you believe in treating your employees right we’ve got just the bird for you. 

Milk Stork is the first breast milk shipping company to support nursing mothers who ar...

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