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HR Connection: How combining LEGOs, a cute yoga instructor, and nude cooking gave me a headache

Like many of my fellow well-seasoned peers in the human resource profession, I’ve learned not only to never say, “Now I’ve seen it all”—I won’t even think it. Many of us have resigned ourselves to simply thinking (often out loud):“You ...

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HR Connection: More paid family leave questions than answers for employers

As you may recall, on April 4, 2016, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation resulting in New York state providing the most comprehensive and progressive family leave program in the nation. From that point, it became the responsibility of the state’s ...

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HR Connection: Volunteerism a win-win source for professional development

For those who have come to expect an explanation of the latest legislative or regulatory issue to menace businesses, you will find this month’s article a departure, and hopefully an interesting departure, from the norm. Not that there aren’t a ...

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HR Connection: Open your wallet a little wider

And in other news, effective Aug. 1, 2016, fines and civil money penalties for violations of several federal laws and regulations increased significantly. I’ll bet you didn’t know anything about that, did you? Possibly because the implementation of the Federal ...

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HR Connection:Workplace investigations and the multimillion-dollar question

The concept of workplace investigations is nothing new to most employers. However, like so many other employer responsibilities, these investigations have become more complex and, if not handled correctly, filled with potential sources of significant liability. Before we go too ...

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