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10 Sins of Wage and Hour (FLSA)

Pay the minimum wage and pay overtime where it’s due—how hard could it be? Wage and hour should be simple, but it’s not. We’ve identified the 10 most common ‘sins’ managers and supervisors commit in paying—or failing to pay—employees what they are owed.

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10 Sins of Supervisors

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Sometimes it seems as though there are a thousand ways supervisors and managers—although well-meaning—can get it wrong, and end up begging for employee lawsuits. We’ve distilled it down into 10 major sins HR can talk to its managers and supervisors about. Here, BLR editor Steve Bruce presents the 10 Sins of Supervisors–with the help of actor portrayals/examples–and explains why and how to avoid each mistake and keep your company out of legal trouble.

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HR Daily Advisor Firing 101 Part 7—The 6-Step Termination Meeting

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In the 7th installment of our Firing 101 series, HR Daily Advisor Editor Steve Bruce explains the 6 steps HR/employers should take in this crucial step of the termination process. Bruce also explains what HR should do after the termination meeting ends.

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Firing 101 Part 6—9 Questions to Ask Before the Termination Meeting

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In the 6th installment of our Firing 101 series, Stephen Bruce discusses the nine questions you should answer before your next termination meeting. Termination meetings are tough enough already. You don’t want any additional surprises. These nine questions will help you ensure that you are prepared.

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) to Work: Balancing Security with Employee Privacy

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One of the biggest concerns for employers who are considering implementing a BYOD workplace policy is balancing the need to protect company information with employee privacy. Mario Bordogna of Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC provides practical advice for employers who have or are considering a BYOD work environment to an audience of HR professionals and employers at the Advanced Employment Issues Symposium in Orlando, Florida. Learn more about AEIS at http://aeisonline.com.

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How Will Your BYOD Policy Address Employee’s Lost or Stolen Device?

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What action should an employer take if an employee’s personal device containing confidential employer information is lost or stolen? Mario Bordogna of Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC explains an employer’s options in this ‘doomsday scenario’ of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) to work environment to an audience of HR professionals and employers at the Advanced Employment Issues Symposium in Orlando, Florida. Learn more about AEIS at http://aeisonline.com.

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How DOMA/Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Impacts Taxes & Employee Benefits (Part 2)

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The Supreme Court’s ruling on DOMA/same-sex marriage has major tax implications and creates significant changes for many employers and their benefit plans.  In the 2nd video of this 2-part series, Ben Conley of Seyfarth Shaw LLP (www.seyfarth.com) explains the impact of the ruling and what employers need to know at BLR’s Advanced Employment Issues Symposium (AEIS) in Orlando, Florida. Learn more about AEIS at http://aeisonline.com.

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How DOMA/Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Impacts Taxes & Employee Benefits

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The Supreme Court’s ruling on DOMA/same-sex marriage has major tax implications and creates significant changes for many employers and their benefit plans. Ben Conley of Seyfarth Shaw LLP (www.seyfarth.com) explains the impact of the ruling and what employers need to know at BLR’s Advanced Employment Issues Symposium (AEIS) in Orlando, Florida.  Learn more about AEIS at http://aeisonline.com.

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How HR Can Make Employee Benefits Communications More Effective

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With benefits accounting for 30% of compensation spending for most organizations, employers want to make sure their ROI is as high as possible, and want employees to understand–and appreciate–the value of their benefits.  Carla McCormick, Vice President of Health Management Solutions for Fallon Benefits Group, provides practical, low-cost solutions to make your employee benefits communications more effective. McCormick presented on the topic at the recent Advanced Employment Issues Symposium (AEIS) in Orlando, Florida.  Learn more about AEIS at http://AEISonline.com

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Should You Play or Pay? ACA’s Employer Tackhammer Penalty Explained

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Employers must soon decide whether they are going to ‘play or pay’ under the Affordable Care Act (knows as ACA or health care reform). Under this provision of the ACA, employers with 50 or more employees face penalties if they don’t offer health insurance coverage or if the coverage they offer is insufficient.  John Hickman of Alston & Bird LLP (www.alston.com) explains the penalty for offering insufficient coverage—known as the tackhammer penalty (or Penalty B)–to the audience at BLR’s  Advanced Employment Law Symposium (AEIS) in Orlando, Florida.  For Hickman’s explanation of the sledgehammer penalty (for not offering coverage)—and more insights on whether it’s best to play or pay, see  our related video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nn3RBJ… Learn more about AEIS at http://AEISonline.com

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