Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP Presents Your 13 Labor & Employment Resolutions for 2013

The world did not end last week, and so it is that time again to reflect on the year behind us and to consider what is on the horizon for the upcoming year. What resolutions will we make for 2013? Will we train for an Iron Man race or marathon? Not wait until the last minute to do our taxes? Attend more of our kids’ little league games or dance recitals? Go visit grandma at least once a month?

As an employer, your resolutions undoubtedly will be influenced by the unpredictable economic and regulatory climate. Indeed, you may decide that 2013 is the year to implement more systematic measures to ensure your business or organization is in compliance with ever-changing federal and state employment laws and regulations. Schnader’s Labor & Employment Practices Group encourages employers to make the following 13 resolutions that will provide a firm foundation for navigating successfully through the legal and regulatory world of 2013…

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