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  • The 3 Biggest Employee Handbook Mistakes: How to Avoid Them

    The casual approach many employers adopt when drafting their employee handbooks often leads to lawsuits. Such employee claims can best be avoided and defended if employers are armed with a well-crafted employee handbook.

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  • How to Avoid Misclassifying Independent Contractors

    If a worker is an employee, rather than an independent contractor, the employer is required, among other things, to withhold and remit the employee's tax to the federal government. How do you know when the worker is an employee?

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  • Tips for an Effective New Employee Orientation

    A successful orientation has a positive impact on a new employee’s future job performance. It allows you to welcome new hires and create a good first impression of the organization.

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  • 7 Stupid Reasons New Employees Get Injured and How to Avoid These Mistakes

    Forty percent of employees injured at work have been on the job for less than a year. The obvious question is: How can employers protect their new employees and prevent them from getting injured?

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  • Train Your Supervisors to Avoid These 10 Mistakes

    We know that you know that managers and supervisors need to understand what they can and can't do in order to keep their treatment of subordinates within the limits of legal constraints. So you're giving them the requisite HR and employment law framework.

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