Monday 11 December 2017
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Category: HR Connection

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Safety First: Why Fall Protection Should Be a Top Priority for Employers

Did you know that federal OSHA regulations require some form of fall protection for employees working at heights greater than 4 feet in...

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The Logistics of Offering an Onsite Training Program

When considering the many options available to you when it comes to employee development, the two instructor-led options come down to...

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Get on Track With These Tips for Successful Telecommuting

Telecommuting provides benefits for both employers and employees. Research shows that telework improves the quality of work/life and job...


Department of Labor Withdraws Guidance on Joint Employment, Misclassification of Employees

On June 7, 2017, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) withdrew two Administration Interpretations (AI) that were issued in the past two...