Opinion

The Pitfalls Of Claiming An Employee Is "Faking Illness"

When employees become ill, managers have a responsibility to act in a fair manner and according to the law. We examine the risks related making allegations of leave or disability fraud.
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One Person's "Joke" Is Another Person's Hostile Environment

Jokes can create an illegal hostile environment. We discuss the best practices for managing degrading jokes.
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When Do Meetings Become Unproductive Micro-Management?

Many employees say unnecessary meetings are hurting their productivity and making them feel micromanaged. We examine.
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Articles

Podcast: What Employers Can Expect In 2024

There are various trending risks for employers in 2024. We examine the best practices.
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Questionable Marketing Practices: Creating Regulatory Risk For NPOs

The FTC rejects a university's nonprofit status and sues for illegal marketing practices. We offer suggestions to help avoid marketing missteps and the resulting litigation.
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Hot Pursuit Protocols Limit Accidents And Liability

A law enforcement department with a policy that strictly limits hot pursuits can help prevent risk of injuries. We examine.
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Expanded Statute Of Limitations Highlights Why Victims Rarely Report Abuse

Maryland is one of several states that has expanded the statute of limitations for the filing of civil lawsuits by survivors of child sexual abuse.
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