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How to Conduct an Effective Workplace Investigation [ Webinar]

Posted by Nannette Madera, PHR on Feb 15, 2017 12:36:25 PM

Part of running a business means dealing with personnel issues. When an employee comes to you with a harassment, discrimination, safety or any other type complaint, be sure to listen and investigate. Conducting workplace investigations is one of the most challenging HR duties, but also one of the most important. Some of the most common mistakes include: not taking the situation seriously, not conducting an investigation at all, failing to write a report, or failing to follow up with those involved. That sets employers up for trouble should that employee end up filing a lawsuit. On the other hand, conducting an investigation in a prompt, thorough, and fair way can be your first line of defense should a situation come back to haunt you.

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Topics: Webinar

Accident Investigations: A Guide for Employers [Webinar]

Posted by FrankCrum on Jan 10, 2017 11:28:19 AM

There’s been an accident on the job, now what?  Our risk management experts explain how to understand and prevent accidents from happening again, rather than just placing blame on the person or persons who caused them. Identifying the basic cause of the accident is only the starting point. The long-term goal is to make effective changes and corrections. When investigating an accident, there are four steps to remember:

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Topics: Webinar

The DOL Overtime Ruling is on Hold, Now What? [Webinar]

Posted by FrankCrum on Dec 8, 2016 8:30:00 AM

The Department of Labor ruling that was scheduled to go into effect at the beginning of this month, was halted by a Texas judge just days before the December 1st effective date.  The judge issued a preliminary injunction which simply preserves the existing overtime rule until the court has a chance to review it again.  The DOL filed an appeal to have that injunction reversed, but because of the change of leadership in Washington, it could be months before a new decision is reached.

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Topics: Webinar, Payroll

Turning Risk Control Into Risk Management Savings [Webinar]

Posted by FrankCrum on Oct 17, 2016 9:50:04 AM

As an employer it's not what you say your employees should do to prevent injuries; it's the “culture” behind how you enforce those rules that sets the bar for your employees’ actions to prevent them. 

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Topics: Payroll, Risk Management, Workers' Compensation, Webinar

After the DOL Ruling: Paying Your Employees Properly [Webinar]

Posted by FrankCrum on Sep 26, 2016 2:00:00 PM


Now that the final ruling has been issued by the Department of Labor (DOL), millions more employees will be reclassified as non-exempt – which means employers will have more rules to be aware of in order to properly pay these employees.

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Topics: Payroll, Webinar

The DOL Rule Change is Happening! Here's How to Be Ready [Webinar]

Posted by FrankCrum on Aug 23, 2016 2:32:44 PM

Ready or Not……. employers need to be aware and ready for the new Department of Labor (DOL) rule change which goes into effect December 1, 2016. Under this ruling, the new minimum weekly salary for exempt employees will be $913 per week (or $47,476.00 per year).

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Topics: Payroll, Webinar

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