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How to Handle Employees Who Behave Badly Online

2020 has been described as “unprecedented” because of the pandemic, of course, but also due to pronounced contrasting political and social views among Americans. The same issues that influence our country’s divisive politics – racial, religious,...

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Denying Coronavirus Leave Gets Kansas Employers in Hot Water

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Hour Division (WHD) recently found two Kansas employers that violated provisions of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). And, it cost them.

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How Your Business Can Support Working Parents During COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted life for everyone. But the changes may be particularly upsetting for working parents, who are juggling job and family responsibilities at a whole new level.

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When There Are Workplace Conflicts Over COVID-19 Prevention Practices

As the coronavirus pandemic grinds on, people are getting tired of the restrictions and procedures in place to help prevent the spread of infection. Many are anxious about dealing with the virus and flu during the long, cold winter months and...

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How to Handle Post-Election Day Turmoil in the Workplace

Election Day finally arrived, but that hardly means an end to the political tension that has gripped our country. With an increase in mail-in ballots due to the coronavirus pandemic, many states still do not have election results. In fact, going...

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What Bosses Can and Can’t Say During Election Season

The year 2020 will be forever be a standout – and not necessarily in a good way. Besides a global pandemic and nationwide social unrest, deep political divisions are signs of the time. Consequently, the presidential race may be one of the most...

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Ask the HR Expert: Possible ADA Employee Accommodation

Question: We rescheduled one of our long-term employees so that now she must arrive to work at 9 a.m. rather than 10 a.m. She has been consistently late for the new start time, and has told us that the earlier time interferes with her using the...

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Talking About Politics in the Workplace

In a historic presidential election year, with all the shocking events that have transpired in 2020, politics are emotional and can feel personal. It’s understandable that people want to talk about what is going on in government and in the world....

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Intimidation at Work: How to Deal with Workplace Bullying

Bullying may conjure images of punches on the grade school playground or school books being knocked out of the nerdy kid's arms. But for many people, workplace bullying is an everyday reality. The bully isn't the big kid in class. It's a nasty...

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Time to Vote: How Employers Can Encourage Employees to Cast Their Ballots

If your organization’s leadership is wondering if they should be encouraging employees to vote, they only need to look at advocacy groups Time to Vote and Electionday.org to understand why. Supporting employee participation in the voting process...

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