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Can you tell employees to cover up tattoos or piercings?
September 27, 2015
From tattoos to Twitter, from smartphones to at-home marijuana use, your organization is being forced these days to balance employees' individual expression against your organization's business interests. And the lines have blurred between what's considered on-the-job versus off-the-job conduct. As a result, employers are confused about where — and when — they can put their foot down. Remember, you ARE the boss of your employees. So it's important to know your rights when it comes to managing and regulating their behavior — both in and out of the workplace. Read More

Using Independent Contractors: Are you sure what you're getting into?
September 28, 2015
Using outside contractors can be appealing. They save you money on taxes and benefits. They free up your employees for other jobs. But hiring independent contractors can cause a number of problems — often with the U.S. Department of Labor and the IRS. According to the IRS, 80% of workers currently classified as contractors are actually employees. That means they're missing out on benefits they can sue to receive. Make sure your business is protected and your contractors are not misclassified. Read More

Don't gamble with DOL investigations
September 29, 2015
If you think you're going to breeze through a wage and hour investigation, think again. Department of Labor (DOL) investigations typically take three to six months and require your input 16 hours a week and 60 to 75 hours in total. Those sobering statistics came from Lori Brown, CPP, Director, Disbursements, CACI International, Inc. Brown gave attendees at the American Payroll Association's 33rd Annual Congress, held earlier this year in Las Vegas, advice on how to cope with these events... Read More

6 skills HR leaders must establish, cultivate
September 30, 2015
Aspire to become your organization's top HR executive? Then you'll need to master six key skills, according to a new study by the Aon Hewitt consulting firm. Based on a survey of 45 chief human resource officers in large, global companies, success in the top HR spot requires establishing a track record in: Read More

Put on probation at work? What's next?
October 1, 2015
No one wants to feel like she's not doing her job well, so it can be disheartening to be put on a performance improvement plan at work. You may also fear for your job and wonder if it's possible to redeem yourself. That's what one reader asked recently on the Admin Pro Forum: "I was placed on a performance improvement plan (PIP) at work. I think it's a way to slowly fire me, and it's such a morale killer that I don't have much enthusiasm left for the job. Does anyone ever come back from being on probation and leave the black mark totally behind?" Read More

Helping employees cope with failure
October 2, 2015
Sometimes, even our most talented employees meet with failure. While the experience is never pleasant, dealing with failure constructively is an essential element of success. Discouragement can cut future productivity unless employees are able to absorb the setback and move on. As a manager, you can help guide your well-meaning employees through the coping process. Here are five steps to take: Read More

EEOC report details progress of women, minorities at work
October 3, 2015
In conjunction with its 50th anniversary, the EEOC has compiled data showing that women and minorities have made significant yet still incomplete inroads in a changing employment landscape. The report, titled "American Experiences Versus American Expectations," is based on data collected through annual EEO-1 surveys, which capture employment data on employees' race and ethnicity, gender and job categories. The EEOC began conducting EEO-1 surveys in 1966. Read More

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