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Working with Sick Employees—What Are Your Rights—and Theirs?

By Corporate culture, Risk Management & Safety, Sick Leave, Worker Disability

With flu season peaking this month, you may be wondering what rights you have to control the workplace and its culture when employees might be sick. Do you encourage employees to go home when they are coughing and sneezing—even if they don’t want to? Do you intervene if your employees “sick shame” their peers, or do you consider it acceptable? Historically, employers have often worried more about employees taking off when they were not sick…

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Sexual Harassment Training: More Important than Ever

By Harassment and Discrimination, Policies and Procedures, Risk Management & Safety

With famous individuals continuing to fall like dominoes as allegations of sexual misconduct or harassment continue, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is stepping up enforcement. In FY 2018, the EEOC recovered nearly $70 million for sexual harassment victims, compared with $47.5 million in FY 2017. As a result, all business owners should be evaluating their corporate stance on sexual harassment, and making sure they know exactly what does, and doesn’t, cross the lines. Fortunately,…

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