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California Expands Gender-Based Wage Protections by Adopting “Substantially Similar” Test and Requiring Employers to Justify Wage...

The California Fair Pay Act, which goes into effect on January 1, 2016, prohibits employers from paying employees less than the rate paid to members of the opposite sex who perform “substantially similar” work. Although...more

Trusting Human Resources: A Fantasy or a Necessity?

A few weeks back, one to the best bloggers you may not be reading — Robin Shea — posted about the scathing press that Amazon had been receiving about its workplace and posed this question: Can Employees Trust Human Resources?...more

Employment Law Reporter – September 2015

BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL EDITION: Teaching Supervisors When To Contact The Human Resources Department. It’s September. Traffic has swollen to new highs—kids are back in school. Many have forgotten what they learned. Many...more

The Best Defense Against an FMLA Lawsuit: Training!

Quick. Answer this: if one of your employees tells his supervisor that he needs surgery and will miss 2-3 weeks of work, do your managers know what to do? Do they call the employee’s surgeon? (NO!) Do they know who to speak...more

Harassment “Must-Have” No. 5: No Retaliation!

It should be easy to avoid retaliation, right? Because retaliatory conduct is intentional – you can’t “accidentally” retaliate against someone. You can’t “negligently” seek payback....more

No Quick Fix for Workplace Harassment, Social Scientists Tell EEOC Task Force at Open Meeting

Public Suggestions for Solutions To The Problem Will Be Solicited Through Suggestion Box On Special Web Page, Task Force Announces - WASHINGTON - There is no one magic bullet to stop workplace harassment or prevent its...more

Global HR Hot Topic—August 2014: How to Launch an International HR Policy, Code of Conduct or Benefits Plan

In this era of internationally aligned business operations, multinationals roll out cross-border human resources policies, global codes of conduct and international benefits offerings. But launching these cross-border...more

Millennial-proofing HR, IT and Compliance Training Programs

Here it comes, another blog on millennials. Are you tired of hearing about them yet? I know I’m getting tired of them, and they’re only now just starting their infiltration of our workplaces. I remember when it felt cool to...more

Who Owns Business Ethics Training and Code of Conduct: The Divide Between HR & Ethics and Compliance

The title of this blog caught my eye; I just finished reading it and knew you’d enjoy it. “Ethics and the HR department – a Happy Marriage?” by Polly Foley, senior researcher at the Institute of Business Ethics, is about of...more

7 States Dominate Race Charges – Southern Charm No Replacement for Ethics and Compliance Training

Why do southern states in particular need ethics and compliance training? - The EEOC recently released fiscal year 2013 data on its enforcement and litigation efforts. The data totals EEOC charges by type of...more

The Culinary Aspects Of Homer’s Odyssey And Compliance Training

I recently came across a fascinating book entitled “The Meaning of Meat and the Structure of the Odyssey” by Egbert Bakker. In this work, Bakker looks at the culinary aspects of Odysseus’ journey home from the Trojan War. ...more

The Case for Quality in Ethics and Compliance Training

Why Quantity is not an Adequate Substitute - If your inbox looks anything like mine, it’s likely bombarded with daily messages about what is “most important” or “critical” for your compliance training program. You’ve...more

Employers Should Be Aware Of The Risks Of Unexpected FMLA Liability

Executive Summary: While most companies are aware of the liability they may face if they violate the FMLA, a recent decision from the Eleventh Circuit serves as a reminder of just how important it is for employers to train...more

Maximizing Leadership Training: A Case Study and Interview with a Senior Vice-President of Human Resources

I had the fortunate opportunity to work on a leadership training program with Jeff Bushardt, Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Comporium Communications, Inc....more

Six Lessons that Redefine Focused Compliance Training: Lesson One

Lesson 1: Focus on the Biggest Risks Planning for 2014 is likely pressing on your mind, or it will be in a short time. You will be faced with answering a key perennial question--how should your organization allocate...more

Get Out Of The Ivory Tower – Using Internal Corporate Resources To Facilitate The Compliance Function

The second day of Hanson Wade Oil and Gas Supply Chain Compliance conference in Houston packed as much solid information into it as did the first day. One of the sessions dealt with utilizing other corporate functions to...more

How to Reach Your Audience in Compliance Training – The Use of Charisma

One often hears or reads about complaints that compliance training is dull, nay even boring. I mean, how many times can you expect someone to be lectured to on the riveting subject of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)...more

Utah Employment Law Letter - January 2013: Human Resources: This year I resolve to . . . really!

Now that the Christmas rush is over and you’ve indulged in all the excesses of the holiday season, it’s time to make your annual New Year’s resolutions. We’re not talking about resolving to lose 15 pounds or be nicer to your...more

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