Monthly Archives: November 2019

Why Employers Choose Demotion Over Termination

As an alternative to termination, some employers may choose to demote employees as a method to retain employees who fit in well with the company but are under-performing.  While employee demotion certainly poses risks for employers, there are a many reasons for an employer to choose demotion over termination.  For example, a newly promoted employee […]

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Hosting a Holiday Party? What Employers Need To Know To Avoid Liability

With the holidays just around the corner, many employers plan to host a holiday party for their employees.  Holiday parties are a great way to show appreciation for employees, enhance teamwork and allow employees to form a different type of bond aside from what they do on a day-to-day basis in the 9-to-5 world.  Whereas […]

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Ensure Compliance With Pay Equity Laws During Year-End Compensation Practices

During this time of year, it is common for employers to conduct employee performance reviews and make decisions about employee raises and year-end bonuses.  Many employers fail to consider the federal and state pay-equity laws, and the level of heightened scrutiny surrounding compensation decisions, when making these decisions about employee bonuses and raises.  This is […]

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