Not updating the employee handbook regularly is a mistake employers can’t afford to make. This document is employers’ first line of defense against litigation.
The most expensive book in your office may be in every employee’s desk: the company policy manual.
A clear vacation policy can not only save employers from answering the same questions from confused staffers over and over again, it can also save your company in court.
To ensure employees understand wage and hour law, the federal Dept. of Labor (DOL) may ask you to beef up your employee handbook.
To help employers craft handbooks that don’t violate the National Labor Relations Act, the National Labor Relations Board has issued a compilation of rules it has found to be illegal — and rewritten them to illustrate how they can comply with the law.
If CFOs had any doubts the GOP-controlled National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) would take a more employer-friendly stance on workplace issues, recent rulings should put those fears to rest.
Here’s another example of how misclassifying workers as independent contractors can get you in serious – and expensive – trouble.
If your company doesn’t have a social media policy, you’re leaving the door wide open for major problems.
The best way to prepare for an IRS audit is by heeding the advice of an organization that has been through the ordeal.
No Finance executive in his right mind looks forward to the prospect of firing people. But sometimes it’s just got to be done.
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