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Colorado Legislature Passes Paid Sick Leave, Other Bills Affecting Employers

In an extraordinary legislative session interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic—which led to a Colorado Supreme Court ruling that lawmakers could reconvene after initially adjourning in late March 2020, despite a constitutional provision limiting regular sessions to “one hundred and twenty calendar days”—the Colorado General Assembly passed a number of important bills affecting employers.

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Is On-the-Job Training the New Graduate Degree?

It’s impossible for educational institutions these days to stay on top of continuing advancements in technology to ensure employees are able to hit the ground running when they land their first jobs.

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To Avoid COVID-19 Liability, Institute Proper Protocols

As businesses reopen after the lifting of COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, employers are grasping with how to make their workplaces as safe as possible for their employees. Making the task especially difficult are the constant changes in government regulations deeming certain businesses as essential and limiting the extent to which they may operate.

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Is Preboarding the New Onboarding?

According to one expert, first impressions of your organization begin before a new hire comes on board, which means it’s time to rethink your onboarding process.

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How HR and EHS Teams Collaborate to Keep Workers Safe (Podcast Transcript)

There has always been a tendency for organizations to silo into discrete units, which can make it difficult to address many of the day-to-day problems that arise through normal business. Now, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues disrupting how company’s look and operate, it is more important than ever to have open channels of communication within […]

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AI Radiology

Artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced machinery have long stirred fears among workers that new technology could render them obsolete.