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Author Archives: Frank A. Cania

A good employee handbook helps set workplace culture (access required)

A well-written employee handbook plays a few important roles in the workplace. These include: Creating a workplace culture The employee handbook can play a role in defining the culture of your workplace. For example, it can reinforce commitments to innovation, ...

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Some important summer reading, available right in the office (access required)

I’m going to recommend a great book for your summer reading list. It’s been around for a while, but there have been some changes so make sure you get the most recent edition. The title is “Employee Handbook,” and you ...

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FLSA compliance is still important for employers

Many of us have heard the adage “the only constant is change,” and nothing could be truer of employment laws and regulations. With a seemingly countless number of new laws and amended regulations, even the most diligent employers can quickly ...

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Employers: FLSA compliance is still important (access required)

Many of us have heard the adage “the only constant is change,” and nothing could be truer of employment laws and regulations. With a seemingly countless number of new laws and amended regulations, even the most diligent employers can quickly ...

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Employers can address opioid crisis in workplace (access required)

As an employer and human resource professional, I see the difficulties of running a business from many perspectives. Challenges seem never-ending and come from every direction, including employees’ personal lives. Drug abuse, especially opioid addiction, is a rapidly growing challenge ...

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A paradigm shift on sexual misconduct (access required)

Human behavior is fascinating at the beginning of each new year. Examples abound at every local gym and fitness facility. For the “regulars,” January is a nightmare of crowded parking lots, long waits to use equipment and blindingly colorful new ...

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Missed these important HR updates? I’ve got your back (access required)

Back in the day (my children cringe when I start a sentence with that), things slowed down in the summer. Somewhere around mid- to late June, the pace at work was more relaxed, there weren’t as many places to go ...

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