Tag: Employee Rights

Safety incidents: the right to remain silent versus the obligation to speak

by Deanah Shelly What if this happens at your Canadian facility: One of your employees witnesses a workplace incident. Soon, enforcement officers are on-site investigating the incident. They may be police officers, health and safety inspectors, or environmental officers. One of the investigating officers asks the employee to assist and provide a witness statement. What […]

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Discipline and Termination: Near-Surefire Lawsuits

In yesterday’s CED, we covered “almost smoking gun” mistakes; today, more mistakes your managers make, plus an introduction to a helpful resource that will automate an important recordkeeping duty and take it off your plate once and for all.

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Complying with ADA Regulations for Web Accessibility

Whether engaging in a specific project, such as working with IT to incorporate text-to-speech readers or other assistive technology in your online environment, or carrying out the seemingly simple task of adjusting your hiring and recruiting page, you must be up to date on Web access for disabled employees and applicants. Are you aware of […]

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NLRB Delays Poster Requirement To January 31

The NLRB has delayed until January 31 its final rule requiring most private-sector employers to post the new “Employee Rights” poster. The original deadline had been November 14 of this year.

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Tips for Smart Storage of Electronic Records

Yesterday, we discussed some of the issues surrounding electronic recordkeeping. Today, some tips for storage success — plus a resource that can help you out with the records that are required to be on your walls.

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