Monthly Archives: March 2019

U.S. Department of Labor Releases New Proposal for Rule On Overtime

The United States Department of Labor (DOL) announced on March 7, 2019 a new proposed rule that could potentially make more than a million American workers eligible for overtime. The DOL’s proposed rule seeks to raise the annual minimum salary requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime exemptions from the current level of […]

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How to Develop a Compliant Criminal Background Check HR Policy

Any employer that conducts criminal background checks throughout their hiring process should create and implement a criminal background check policy.  This policy will enable your Human Resources department to be consistent when making hiring decisions and will ensure all screening procedures comply with any local, state or federal employment laws.  When hiring and screening is […]

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Downsizing? How to Salvage Your Company’s Morale During & After Layoffs

Most managers will tell you that one of the most difficult tasks they have to do is to layoff employees when the company is reorganizing or downsizing.  Layoffs are often the result of positions being eliminated merely to reduce costs.  The truth is that there is no easy way for a manger to deliver the […]

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